Today I would like to show you a few of the sweetest smelling flowers and shrubs in our gardens. They are some of my favorite plants and often also very popular with honeybees, other nectar loving insects and hummingbirds. Several of them look very beautiful and eye-catching, but other are quite modest in their looks,…… Continue reading Some of the Sweetest Scented Flowers and Shrubs From Our Garden.
I have visited this beautiful garden in August 2017 while traveling in Poland for a few months. The garden is own by 2 ladies – mother and daughter and located in the South West part of Poland, a few hours drive from Breslaw (Wroclaw) and close to the Sudetes (Sudety) mountains. The closest bigger city…… Continue reading How to Grow Organic Food – See How it is Done in the Garden I Have Recently Visited.
Today I would like to tell you more about beautiful Villa Garzoni gardens in Tuscany, Italy. If you have missed part 1 of this article where I have introduced Villa Garzoni to you, please follow this link. I will also add it under this post and below in recommended links. As I have mentioned in…… Continue reading Villa Garzoni Gardens, Italy – Part 2.
Today I present to you two images of some of the most beautiful roses from our garden to inspire you to contemplate their serene beauty. They were both photographed in the moment when they looked their best in full bloom. Here is Eden climbing rose. I love its delicate pastel colours. The combination of soft…… Continue reading Serene – Two Roses to Contemplate Their Serene Beaty.
Today I would like to show you how roses can transform from little shrubs to much bigger, beautiful and abundantly blooming plants. As princesses and queens of the gardens they usually require more tender care than other perennials. I will feature here 2 of our roses and right now we have it total 11 roses…… Continue reading The Transformation of Our Roses From Little Shrubs to Blooming Beauties.
As I have promised, I continue writing about plants which did very well in our garden this Summer during my long 7 weeks absence To read part 1 and part 2 of this article, please follow the links. They will be also added below this article. Today I would like to tell you about two…… Continue reading Experiment in Neglect – Which Plants Can Thrive on Neglect – Part 3.
As I have promised I continue writing about plants in my garden which actually thrived on neglect. To read part 1 of this article please follow this link. Dahlias Our dahlias were also doing quite well and blooming. The one you see above has huge painterly looking flowers about the size of a small desert…… Continue reading Which Plants Can Thrive on Neglect – Part 2 – Dahlias and Roses of Sharon.