Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Me too, Jo. I am sick of these 100 degree days. Even in the evening, my glasses fog up and I have to go in and take a shower.
Oh Jo, it's beautiful! What's the red amongst the morning glories? Roses?
Cooler temperatures will be very welcome here!
Pretty photos ! It was fall like temps here for a bit but now the humidity has returned Yuk !! Thanks for sharing . Have a good week !
Jo, Your blue morning glory is very nice. I love it on the fence. Next time I plant one , I am going to put it along a fence. Blessings, xoxo,Susie
My Morning Glory's are still as fresh and jubilant looking as ever--even with this horrible drought in CA. I just stumbled on your blog today. It just made my heart glad--thank you. Blessings to you.
The Morning Glories are beautiful...like everything you do. Your place is like a story book.
They are beautiful I am going back to the blue next spring. The pink and light blues just don't get it.
I love your morning glories and love the fact you have St Francis looking over all. I just love our St Francis. And also I have my mom's Blessed Virgin. She is out looking after our grove.
I think it is the heat that makes them thrive. Mine aren't getting enough sun to make very many blooms. I have only two white blooms out today as it rained a lot again last night.
So beautiful the Morning Glories with the roses as background for the Saint. A wonderful combination!
The morning glories are, well, glorious. I love them so much. Both photos are beautiful. Deb
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