Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Rain here, too. YOUR flowers look happier than ours which have seemed to take an autumn-ish bend.We needed the rain! A friend just told us his apples are dropping while still green due to dry conditions. I was sorry to hear that...How beautiful all the scenes from your yard and flower beds!
Oh yes, flowers need to have a drink of water ever so often, just like us humans. Such a gorgeous garden. I hate to see the frost come and take those pretty blossoms.
Everything thing looks lush and green!
What a marvelous garden!How beautiful!
Beautiful flowers! :)
So lovely. I am transported just looking at these pictures. :-)
Love your pics... especially the vine on the fence!
Rain, good for the garden. It all looks so lush and full of colour in your garden, very beautiful!
I love your rainy day pics! Obviously you put a lot of time and effort into the care of your beautiful gardens.
Just gorgeous Jo. You've outdone yourself.
Now yours is a REAL garden, instead of my weed-ridden mess. The next to the last photo looks like white fireworks. Splendid.
Your garden is just lovely! Everything looks so perfect!
I so enjoy these views of the garden. Too bad words don't really convey how wonderful these little views mean to me.
Everything is so pretty there. We had rain this morning. Your bunny reminds me of the little wild bunny, with those tall ears.
I save all your posts so I can use them as inspiration when I am in a house where I can garden again :)hugs, C
Goodness, your flowers are beautiful. I watch a British tv series on dvd called Rosemary and Thyme. Thru watching this series I've seen so many beautiful gardens . Yours is right there with the ones in the series. Beautiful!
you are lucky to still have flowers. My garden is a wasteland the temps down in 40s today. Almost frost last night. Hope to do fall clean up next week. Seems so soon. Still I am happy for cooler weather. Your garden looks wonderfulJanice
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