Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
That's lovely Jo, so glad you got this early morning surprise. Lovely post as always.
So glad you finally have blooms! They are always so beautiful and I grow them each year as well.
Ahhhh! Jo,What a beautiful surprise. Morning glories are such an elegant flower vine. Your blue flowers are stunning! Love the poem :o)Thanks! for sharing. Have a sunny week!Blessings & Hugs,Marlene
I love it.There's always Hope.
They are one of my all-time favorite.
Beautiful morning glories! The Coates poem is just perfect, Jo.
beautiful flowers, such a lovely Blue, nature is always able to surprise us!
There's no other blue quite like it.
Hi Jo, So glad they finally bloomed... They did take their time, didn't they? BUT--oh how gorgeous!!!!! I love Morning Glories---and think of YOU when I see them...Hugs,Betsy
Gorgeous...one of my joys when we have our annual break in Marbella is seeing the hedge covered in morning glory as we come down the hill to have breakfast at the bar. sadly ...none survived here in Penketh this year...too much wet and cold and today is no different!!
Jo, I love that shade of blue morning glory. We got some rain this morning....just enough that I do not have to water. Smiles to you,Susie
the fence looks like a magic garden to me and the flowers are so beautiful. glad they are blooming for you. this weather all over has been so crazy, some flooded some dry.
I wish we had some of those pretty flowers too.lovetweedles
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