Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
You have such a beautiful garden. I always enjoy the pictures you take of it. So much color! It was a gorgeous day here too but I didn't have a chance to get to work in the yard. I really must for it is a mess!
Such a lovely garden❤For me it is like a beautiful dream❤Thank you for sharing!
Wow, look at that gorgeous sky! Your flowers are just beautiful. I know I've said it before, but your yard is such a peaceful and beautiful place. Enjoy your day, hugs, Edna B.
So very beautiful, every picture. Thank you so much for brightening my day. :-)
Your yard is so pretty! Seems to me like the flowers are prettier this year than they've been in several years. The yellow flowers in your last post, Tickseed, I think you said, are beautiful!
… and your garden photographs are good for the soul too :)All the best Jan
A lovely selection of flowers.I'm intrigued as to why some flowering plants are caged in. I assume you must have wildlife visitors which like the taste of them.
Yes Midmarsh: we have white-tail deer, who eat everything in sight...Sadly, if we don't protect the flowers, they would all be gobbled up.~Jo
Your flowers are lovely. Would you tell me what variety the purple flowers are in photos 3-5. Thank you!
EAS: so sorry I meant to reply to your question earlier, those flowers are Penstemons. They return each year from seed.Hope this helps.~Jo
Beautiful garden. :)
You have had to work so hard to keep the deer away. Everything is beautiful.
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