"To Boldly Grow Where No Man Had Lawn Before"
I've been waiting for a wide view of the roses for a while, and that last photo did not disappoint!
Yes, I would be distracted too!
We're only human!
I can sympathize. If I had a leucospermum like that in my garden, I'd spend my days sitting next to it :-).
I go out with a watering can to the front slope as an excuse.
Hola, no se que pasa, pero no puedo ver las fotografías. Un saludo
Hola! Lo siento, no sé por qué las fotos no son visibles para usted.
that is an exuberant pincushion.In Camps Bay we used to have wild ones. With grey leaves for the sunny side of the mountain.
I am surprised it is such a happy plant. You no longer have the wild Leucospermum? :(
The bloggers in the UK regularly express surprise about seeing my roses, as roses don't generally bloom there until much later - if only they saw yours!
Yes, it amazes me how roses bloom so late there. No wonder the Austin roses grown in California are two or three times the size they are in the UK. Cold soil?
That last shot is like a painting, only you get to see it for real.
Explains the distraction?
No explanation necessary.
Incredible. Just absolutely stunning!
Perhaps your white rocks with the good thoughts written upon them found their way to my roses. :)
I'll second what Tammy said! Your garden is fabulous!
Thanks! Its a great joy and privilege for me, to be able to have a garden.
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