Sunday 13 July 2014

This morning I seem to be wasting precious time fiddling about with Picasa but I wanted to show you what I see each morning when I go to make my tea.
This all is facing my kitchen window . The rose on th right of the picture is calle New Daw. Very pretty and repeat flowering . It cost £1.99, bare root and is growing in a scrap o fsoil between the slabbing and the garage wall as is the rose on the left of the picture, I cannot remember the name of that one. The label will be in the garage . It is also a repeat flowering. They are almost black spot free without spraying
In my back garden I have a climbing rose called Masquerade. I want to replace it this year because it has struggled ,ivy forsythia and wiegelia from next door have chocked the progress .Iwanted

This is a f favourite spot to sit when I am working in the garden and need respite.
There is a border at the right side of the picture that is being revamped . I have started planting this border but have decided I want a white border so many of the recently bought plants will be lifted and placed elsewhere .
My son stayed with me for a few days two weeks ago .  He cut 5 trees out for me . It has made such a difference

This is the border that was cleared for replanting . It is the one that is going to be changed again to a white border . A good selection of plants to start has been purchased .If the weather improves this afternoon I shall make a start  .

Since I'm trying to come to terms with my eye problems I cannot see the laptop screen clearly so when you see bad grammer and mis,spelling please try to ignore it.

This morning I have tried to order knitting yarn from the internet . I went through all the required motions then I must have pressed the wrong key and lost it .  I'm sure bluebell will sort it for me . She is still very busy painting her bungalow ..


Elizabethd said...

I think the plats you have chosen fr your white border sound delightful. I love pure white Nicotiana, it seems to shine at night, and the scent is overwhelming.

Mac n' Janet said...

What a beautiful, tranquil garden you have.

crafty cat corner said...

I love the walk around your garden its beautiful, I'm guessing you live in uk but maybe not...It's such a lovely time of the year when all the summer flowers are at their best isn't it?
Don't worry about mistakes in the text, I'm sure mine is full of them, its the blogging that matters not the spelling. lol
Thanks for commenting on the scrumbles and cats, much appreciated.

margaret said...

this looks like a lovely place to sit and relax and maybe even enjoy a glass of wine. No spelling police checking our blogs which is just as well, I do have a dictionary at hand but if I cannot spell the word I cannot find it to check how to!

Barb Oaker said...

Thank you for a tour of your lovely garden. Your blooms are fabulous. Take Care.

Scrappy quilter said...

Beuatiful garden.

obat aborsi said...

Thank you so much for picking my card as one your winners from the teddies challenge, it is such an honour.
Thank you for all your hard work in making the challenge so successful, it's a shame that the challenge is ending but I can totally understand your reasons and wish you all the best.
Sue xx

Anonymous said...

I'm unable to leave a comment on Annes blog, Sweet Blondie Blue Eyes, would you please pass on a message to her - I hope Edwin is eating all his bananas.

Thank you.