Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Love your garden, glad you are here. I live in Ga.
Jo, I certainly enjoyed seeing all the flowers and pieces of garden art. Your property is a beautiful place to relax and take in the wonders of nature. Blessings to you, stay safe, xoxo, Susie
I would give tea a try. Normally it is hot chocolate and not coffee.Beautiful photos. The barn..do you know what the vine is growing on it with the white flowers?
It's all so lovely and green! Here in San Diego, my garden is entering it's brownish stage . . . I love green better!
Your surroundings are always so wonderful. A happy place to be. My Persian, Zoe, left us last Thursday; which got me to wondering about Oliver and his recovery. I hope he is improving all the time. He's such a precious soul.
Gemma's person: That would be a White Climbing Hydrangea Vine.Jo
So pretty, calm and peaceful. I can just rest in all that beauty. :-)
Your have a lot of beautiful garden spots. The deer are such a challenge for you and I know you have adapted as much as you can. Your photos are so great. The photos remind me some flowers that I didn't come up this year. You delphinium is beautiful.
It's so good to see the bees and butterflies in your garden. I would love to wander around in your yard. It is so beautiful and peaceful. I love that photo of the barn. I've never seen one with a top quite like that one. It's beautiful. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.
Gorgeous photos Jo. Love the delphiniums, reminds me of my grandad's flowers with his little postage stamp patch of lawn in the front garden. He always had beautiful delphiniums which I have never succeeded in growing. Too many snails!Hope Oliver is continuing to improve.x
Your garden spaces are beautiful. Your property screams peace and beauty. Many blessings-
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