Shall we go into my garden?
The geraniums are blooming so nicely still
Aren't the details astonishing?
I love the mixture of pink and orange!
The wind-chimes tell me when there is a breeze on a hot day.
I'm so lucky to see all these cheerful colours from my office.
Here's the Buddleia in front of my window
It's a very young plant and quite new this year
It will make the butterflies and bees happy!
Do you like the deep blue-purple tone with the orange centres?
The shape of each flower is so unusual when seen up close
I had to show you this slightly blurred shot taken through the window.
Have you ever seen this amazing and incredibly rapid creature?
It's the Hummingbird Hawk Moth.
He hums and he hovers as he seeks his nourishment from the flowers.
This is a September rose on a plant I was given for Mother's Day!
Would you like to sit down for a moment?
Just there, next to the freshly planted heather.
They are such elusive little flowers and difficult to capture on my camera.
The hydrangea is blooming for a second time this year.
Shall we go for a walk and come back for tea later?
I know a place very nearby. We cross the bridge just across the road.
Come and see!
Click on the link below:
It felt very spring-like, didn't it?
Shall we go home for that cup of tea?
Do you like Peppermint or do you prefer Lemon Verbena?
I also have green tea and coffee.
Would you like to take the chair facing the trees in the small park?
These are my bigger wind-chimes with a deeper tone,
they are just next to the kitchen door from where I can see the daisies
and the lavender and my herb garden.
The herbs are hanging up to dry for the winter months:
thyme and rosemary.
Don't they smell good?
I must give you some to take home!
Can you smell the lavender from your chair?
Can you believe that these dainty daisies and the Lobelia have been blooming
the whole summer through and still doing so now?
Some chrysanthemums to decorate our table.
Hasn't this been a lovely long visit?
I've so enjoyed having you!
I shall be away for a little while, but you must come again in October!