I learned there was an English Garden in Kivik, about 100 kilometers from here…and I just had to go.
One of my favourites, the Rudbeckia in all its autumn glory.
Who can resist this?
Midsummer is here, and we are leaving for the celebration – to stay at our summer house for the weekend. But, on the road…as always, a walk in Ronneby Brunnspark. A must every summer, every week.
It might still be – at least to me …
Wishing you all a Happy Midsummer!
Time for a short walk in my garden – things are really happening every day now that real summer has arrived.
If you have got some spare minutes…welcome for a short glimpse into my world.
But let’s go for a tiny tour, looking for some of my favourites.
My view from the chair – sitting on Totti’s favourite blanket – gives me harmony and satisfaction every day.
Now, as the soft evening fills with clear blackbird tunes, we can sit together and feel – that for the moment, Life is good.
I hope you found some joy in coming with me, even if it was only a short walk. I much appreciated your company.
This year the sun was shining and we spent a fine day together. Biking to a local greenhouse with an amazing bloom of cacti and geraniums. And millions of tadpoles – and a leech. I do love tadpoles, we always let some grow up in a big bowl, and then let them out when all four legs had arrived. A nature’s wonder. Leeches though…naaah. Not one of my favourites…
As the garden is waiting out in the cold…let’s make a short walk in some of my windows! Most plants are starting to enjoy life as the light is returning.
Medinilla magnifica – the second time I have managed to make it flower again – very happy if the buds will open up instead of falling off…
Thank you for the short visit in my windows, towards summer I hope to give you a tour outdoors and in the glass house. Until then – I must of course send you my Russian begonia – my pride. About 2×1.5 meters today.