Sunday, 9 December 2012
This is our third summer in this house, the first water lily photos I posted here were from Jan 2011.
I had always thought we had one pond that homed yellow water lily's and another that homed Pink I was stunned to see this beautiful fancy flower pop up in amongst the yellow this week.
This one is a much more elaborate and ornate flower than the other two and there is another bud surfacing too. :)
Monday, 11 June 2012
On frozen mornings I am sometimes able to see glimpses of the larger fish who sit on the bottom and hide themselves in the plant life down below the layer of ice, waiting for the sun to work its magic.
In the second pond the plants sit in suspended animation poking through a sheet of ice, the top section thawing and showing gem like dew drops hanging from them.
While the bulk of the plant sits serenely below the surface viewed as if behind glass, untouchable and still.
There is so much wonder in a frosty morning if you can brave the chill for a little while. x
Thursday, 31 May 2012
Sunday, 4 March 2012
Well its very wet here right now!
I've stopped in to explain my absence. Strangely with two children now at school full time I seem to have less available time rather than more! lol I have really not written much on my personal blog these last weeks either and a month has passed since I posted here. So as maintaining two blogs and posting regularly is not possible for me at this point in time, I have decided to incorporate more of the garden into the everyday postings at Girls Wear Blue Too This works much better for me right now so I hope you will pop over from time to time if you don't already and see what is happening over there.
Though I can't say when I'm sure I'll be back posting here again at sometime in the future :)
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Wednesday, 1 February 2012
Monday, 30 January 2012
See there on the heavy branch weighed down below the height of the tank,wedged between it and the support trellis, slightly obscured from overhead view by the overflow pipe, rambling roses and other vines.
A closer look as I zoom in from where I was standing with the previous photo.
5 plump luscious nectarines!
The birds can't see and perhaps can't reach. They will be ripe enough to pick within days!