Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Oh, it all looks perfect Jo. Love the color combinations.
Beautiful looking garden!
I feel better after looking at your photos, how beautiful and lovely is y our garden! Frost warning for us tonight -- Will it ever warm up in northern Virginia?!
Gorgeous! I love that beautiful iris especially. :-)
Jo, I love your beautiful gardens. All the cute things that pop up there. Glad you had a great day. We had sunshine...it's trying to warm up here..so slow going though. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Lovely photographs and it would be wonderful to stroll through that garden!I really like the wheelbarrow. That is so cute.
what are the purple flowers by the fence. Is this all your garden? It's beautiful. I am working on mine. Thinning stuff out and transplanting. Do you do all the work? BeautifulHugs Janice
Janice they are Penstamon-Beardstongue my husband's mother pulled them up out of a rocky area twenty years ago, and they continue to bloom over and over each year.Yes, we do all of our own gardening, my husband does all of the hard work and digging.~Jo
Oh so beautiful. I love all the pretty colors. I know it must be hard work but so worth it.
Just found your blog... your garden is just lovely! Going to follow your blog, have a great afternoon!BlessingsJill
Jo, what a magnificent garden! I am so envious (in the nicest sense of the word, of course!). Would love to have tea in the garden with you.
Oh, my! You must show us more of your garden more frequently! Just beautiful.
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