Sunday, July 06, 2008

Garden Life



By the way, I am working on the story--but it's summer and mild and a perfect day for mowing. However, before I can mow the backyard, I have to do something about rosa Sally Holmes, we hade a little rain the other day and she's fallen across the lawn path. At twelve foot plus, she's outgrown her supports--I'm thinking about bamboo and sturdy rope (mainly because I have lots of bamboo and rope) to contain her exuberance. The picure shows Sally's topknot.

4 Comments:

OpenID garymurning said...

Beautiful picture, Evanne.

Everything seems to be rather late here in the North-East of England. It's been a fairly lousy summer weatherwise so far this year -- though nowhere near as bad as last (some parts of the country suffered extreme flooding; the storms here, where I live, with the worst in decades but, thankfully, we are at least on high ground so didn't suffer the way some did.)

I did notice last week, however, that the heather was starting to come out on the moors. Might head out that way today and see how it's coming along. Always a beautiful, breathtaking sight.

2:34 AM  
Blogger Evanne said...

The words 'heather starting to come out on the moors' conjures up images of majestic, desolate beauty in my minds eye. Please take the camera.

8:07 AM  
OpenID garymurning said...

I have some photos from last year that I could email to you, if you'd like?

11:04 AM  
Blogger Evanne said...

I'd love photos of the moors! When your schedule permits, please send them to me at: evannelorraine@hotmail.com

1:00 PM  

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