Tuesday, 17 July 2007

After The Storm.
















10 comments:

RUTH said...

Wonderful photographs. Even after rain and storms your flowers are looking great. We had really high winds yeaterday and sadly some of my Canna leaves have been ripped to shreds; otherwise all well though. Lovely photo of Taz too :o)

A wildlife gardener said...

Hello, Ruth. Lovely to see you again. I like that nifty signature :) It's amazing how some of the sturdier flowers survive the winds and storms we've been having, whereas others are battered down and look so bedraggled when they might otherwise have stood tall and proud in sunnier days. Taz is a sweetie, isn't he? He always looks as if he's smiling :)

smilnsigh said...

I just had to show my husband {The Gardner} some of your blog. To let him know why...when I see you comment on his flowers, I am so thrilled. You are an amazing Gardner, and your words are... well, special.

Mari-Nanci

Sandy said...

Those blue irises are gorgeous...

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, smilnsigh, and thank you for your very gracious words. You are a sweetie! you've made my day :) Thank you for being so kind. I feel humbled.

Welcome, sandy. I do love the blue of the irises too. I planted them for my husband because he loves them so much. Although he doesn't 'garden' as such because it's not his hobby, he encourages me in all my efforts and helps me with the heavy lifting. The garden wouldn't be the same without him. All the lupins and hollyhocks are planted for him too.

sugarsandsalts said...

ohhh,how lovely the cats are!all those flowers belongs to you? You hand gift-hands.
I am definetly visit more to learn a bit of being a gardener.....

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, sugarandsalts, to our little corner of paradise. The cats are adorable and bring the garden to life, and make my heart purr :)

Becky~ said...

Oh your blog is so nice, wonderful photos ( and I noticed it is the same format as mine. Nice choise!)
I will be back to view more and more of your lovely Barleycorn.
~Becky

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, dear Becky. Lovely to have you come for a visit again. Long time no see. Thank you for those gracious words regarding Barleycorn. I am happy to share its magic with all my blogging friends :)

kate said...

Your flowers survived the storms well from the look of it. I loved the picture of the white Delphinium with the contrasting dark centre. The Iris and the Geranium are stunning too!