the simple pleasure of my small urban garden
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Such a delicate blue!
What are the white flowers? I love your interpretation of my very favorite Lily of the Nile. As you probably know, Miss Lily is my soul mate. 🙂 I stalked her for years trying to photograph her. They are difficult to capture in a photograph. They live just outside my sun porch now. I can almost touch them from my chair. I developed a fascination for them after we moved to Texas and I saw them growing in large groups in photos. I must have several hundred photos of Miss Lily. 🙂
They are a white hibiscus… Is that the one you mean – and the bush do pay heaves with hundreds of them in August
It’s beautiful – I love your garden. I’ve wanted one so bad on my balcony but I have a southern exposure and plants mostly burn or dry up…I’ve been trying to think of a way to create some shade…
Perhaps something like a fishnet could be a solution.
Sun loving plants…. Must be some.
So true. I only mean to sieve the power of its light
So true. I only meant a kind of net to filter the hard power of the sun.
perhaps. I’m not very mechanical, I’m not sure how I would set that up… 😦
I’m sorry, but when I sent my comment almost at the moment I realized about how my explanation was not clear. Firstly I thought on a kind of net to create some shadow as a filter, but this has some inconveniences. Anyway thanks a lot for your kindly answer.
haha no worries. Maybe I should just move…
I’m moved by nature.
Me too..do very much. It brings such a quiet joy
My grandmother teached me to love plants and flowers, and I learned to not forget her first lesson: to let us catch by its shapes, colours and smells.
Thanks a lot for your answer. We feel something similar before flowers and plants.
I’m moved by nature. Nice pics.
Aww… what flowers! You asked me about dahlias, Andrea. Let me get back to you on that. I saw these pics and I remembered. Sorry – could it be the age?!
Oh I love that excuse!! …. It’s my age you see:) ( me too)
How beautiful Andrea! Hugs Paula xxx
even a tiny space can be special…thx paula
Yes, it can! 🙂 hugs xxxxxxx
Loved by me truely. Colors – I loved.
thanks so much
Thank you for brightening my day! Cheers! 🙂
Glad that I did 🙂
Agree with fredphillips: cheered me up enormously – thanks!
Glad to oblige 🙂
Lovely, thank you for sharing!
Such variety and diversity in a small garden, it shows both simple pleasure and devotion to beauty.
it has surprised and pleased me in equal measure. Today I saw France from the Kent coast. .that was special
I love your muted blue and white palette….crisp and fresh 🙂
Very soothing I thought- thx
Love hibiscus flounce 🙂
Flounce…yes it is isn’t it!
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