Wednesday, October 27, 2010

I cant have enough of my garden





Summer will be here before I know it but we have been having one of the best Springs for years, low comfortable temperatures, drizzle and rain and not too much wind, and the garden has responded as never before.
So have the weeds and they are getting a bit ahead of me but two more wheelbarrow loads this morning has helped a bit.
The peacocks are calling and displaying (and making an awful racket!)
I have been flat out trying to get some sewing done but am so tired at night I fall asleep in front of the tv!
The only draw back to all this outdoor activity is that I get hay fever and have to retreat indoors every so often to stop sneezing.
Well back to work, visitors tomorrow.

9 comments:

Wanda..... said...

I understand why you can't get enough of your garden, Penny! Your flowers and vines are very inviting!

Julie said...

What beautiful garden shots! I am so jealous! It is just so gorgeous there!!! Enjoy...with your feet up, of course!!! :)

Andora said...

Your garden is so beautiful!!so glad you visited my blog,,thats amazing that you are going into summer and we are going into winter pretty soon...great photos...

Doreen G said...

Magnificent photos Penny--I would love to sit in your garden and doze off.

Hildred and Charles said...

Your garden is just delightful Penny, - I like to think of you enjoying spring (and out there dealing with the newly energized weeds, etc.) while we put the garden to bed.

Robin Mac said...

Your garden in spring is so beautiful Penny - I have fond memories of sitting under that pergola when we came to visit.

Suztats said...

Your garden is gorgeous! Lush and a touch magical, I think. How nice to sit under the vines, enjoying a coffee or glass of vine inhaling the scent of blooms nearby. sigh

shirley said...

Your garden is gorgeous...Makes me want to just wander in and out and about.
Enjoy your visitors.

I just love gekkos they are gorgeous little creatures

Linda said...

So lovely to see these spring shots when everything is turning to winter here.