Thursday, 17 May 2007

GARDEN TOUR - MAY

I suppose one benefit of only having a small garden is it doesn't take many photos to show you around. I thought it may be a nice idea to do a monthly tour....so here is May's Tour.


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13 comments:

Gledwood said...

Have you thought of taking daily or weekly photos from certain exact vantage points the same every time - then you could make a movie of the turning seasons!!

Gledwood said...

btw did you say you emailed the flags to me?

just trawled my hammynutter@lycos.com email cannot anywhere find them ... but I'm going to try getting them from google again

Nicole said...

Beautiful photos Ruth. I really enjoy seeing your amazing flowers and plants.

Allotment Lady said...

A small garden maybe - but packed to the gunnels with wonderful plants and colour

CG said...

It's so beautiful. I like the foxgloves...they seed all over my garden :) I really like that tall beige pot with the brown markings on it. Wish I could see it for real!

RUTH said...

Nice idea Gleds have tried emailing you.
Thanks Nicole; hope all is well in the Netherlands
Golly Lottie there's a phrase I haven't heard for many years!
CG; you know the address any time you want a viewing; the pot is the larger of a set of 3.

A wildlife gardener said...

What a beautiful paradise, brimming with love.

talj said...

Everything is growing so quickly!! It has changed so much just since I was there! Looking wonderful! :o) {{{HUGS}}

Merle said...

Hi Ruth ~~ The Fringe Tree is interesting and I haven't seen it
before. Enjoyed your slide show of your garden which is lovely.
Thanks for your visit to my blog,and I hope you enjoy what you read there.
Take care Ruth, Love, Merle.

Jeanette said...

Hi Ruth that fringe tree is new to me but would look spectacular when in full bloom, and love your slide show.

Mauigirl said...

Wonderful! Your garden is such an inspiration to me! We are about to re-do our own back yard and garden because we are putting a deck on the back of the house and digging up the cement that passed as a patio for the last 20 years (it was really the floor of the former garage). So we'll have more room for gardening and I'd love to have it look as nice as yours! I know that is only a dream, though, since Rome can't be built in a day! But I can start.

Gledwood said...

Did you notice no comments on your newest post? That happened to me today as well. I had to basically pull the text out and repost.

Is it something to do with that new autosave that appeared on mine then disappeared, I wonder? I posted about it today (v bottom of today's post).

What's going on Blogger!!

Carol said...

A small garden is better than no garden at all. It looks like you have quite a bit growing!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

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