Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lovely! My clematis is in the bud stage! :)
That clemantis trellis is beautiful. Sorry about your uncle Len passing. Even though you did not get to say goodbye I feel sure that he always knew he was special in your eyes.
Good Morning Jo, Oh how I long to get our dirtwork done around the house and then start putting in gardens. Right now I only have the veggie garden. I miss flowers. Oh well...one day. I love your gardens...and your music. I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday. Take care...Maura:)
I really like your clematis -- ours is growing like crazy, but no blossoms yet. I also really like that first quote.
I love clematis; they are addicting as are almost anything that comes back year after year.
Your flower photos are so richly colored and seem to be available for us to reach out and touch each bloom.I'm just indoors from planting marigolds between the tomato plants to ward of bugs. Marigolds are so cheery!Hugs!
i love purple flowers. we have two bushes in our yard that have wonderful purple flowers, they are not blooming yet, the cold took them leafless but they have leaves now.
These pictures are lovely. The trellis with the morning glories is superb. I want that here! Gosh, it is so pretty there where you are.
Your flowers are so wonderful. I like the clear blues and the different colors of green. Green looks great after our long winter.
I love smelling like dirt.
I planted some morning glories because yours are so beautiful. Patsy
Such vibrant photos! Could you please tell me which book the Margaret Atwood quote is from?
You always take the most beautiful photos!!Love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
Gorgeous photos! The clematis is so beautiful especially with the color of the building. Very nice!
Popped over from Kathryn's Crystal Jigsaw to have a look. Blog name caught my attention as my sister is an Irish expat in Tennessee. Loved the photos.
Such gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing them and nice to meet another expat in the South!
I love these pictures of your garden. They look very English, like it's just been raining.Blessings, Star
Hello!Thank you for your comment on my blog.Your page is so beautiful. Love all your photo's!
Ahhh, the good smell of dirt! Keep digging...it's getting more beautiful every day.
Just stopping by to say 'hi' from Joyful Reflections. Your photos are wonderful! What a beautiful garden you have.
Blues are my fav color in a garden I believe,so calming.I`m so sorry for the loss of your Uncle Len,being so far away makes it harder.I`m sure his spirit is right there with you as God comforts you,phylliso
Great photos and great quotes. Makes me eager to do a bit of gardening.
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