Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
They did brilliantly and I liked the way their fans behaved too
They were a credit to their nation.
Impressive 'Black Dragon'!
It is, that is why I had to buy it!
That plant looks interesting. The name suits it!
It does doesn't it.
I've been missing so many bloggers' post lately -- yours included... I hope you're having a wonderful holiday; it looks like it, at any rate! Love that Colocasia :)
Thank you Amy, I have a lot of catching up to.
They did very well indeed and are an example to us all!
Hope you enjoyed your break - and visited lots of gardens!
We did thank you between the rain!
Oh that's a stunning sea view Brian. Where was it? I hope that you had a fabulous holiday. Good to see that you indulged in some retail therapy.
It is Laugharne in Carmarthenshire,Anna, a beautiful area.
I've finally made my way down the blog roll - I'm glad I finally made it here if only for that view! Its beautiful.As you can imagine the Welsh had a fair bit of support here Brian. I hope you are well relaxed now.
We are a 50% Welsh house here Angie, once England were out I made a tactical transfere!
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