Happy fourth anniversary to all the wonderful IAVOM people! And especially to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden who first thought up this terrific meme and takes such trouble every week to visit and appreciate everyone’s vases. For the anniversay, she set us the challenge of arranging in something other than a vase. When I … Continue reading Anniversary Vase on Monday
A couple of summers ago I had a rather ascerbic comment from one reader, asking me why I was always complaining. Specifically, if I didn’t like France, why didn’t I move? (She was so wrong about me not liking France – but I’m a realist and nowhere is paradise!) Well, truth is, I find blogs … Continue reading French Renovation: more for your pound?
Wow – that was a cold one! Inspiration for today’s vase came from the poor little flowers of Rose ‘William Shakespeare’ (David Austin) and the blushes of red and pink on the greeny-yellery flowers of a mophead hydrangea. I passed the hydrangeas (in pots) on my way down to the garden to pick something for … Continue reading In a Vase on Monday
I’m a bit late taking part in this meme, now hosted by Steve, at Glebe House Garden. But I’m too aware that, even just for my own sake, I’ve not been recording the garden as much as I should have been. October has been a very mixed month: heavy, ghastly (and depressing) rain, interspersed with … Continue reading October End of Month View