Ah, what it is to have two large gardens and not be able to keep
them up anymore . . . and yet, and yet, they keep rewarding me.
Above, a treasure from our garden on the mountain and below,
a present on the farm. Almost at the end of our first month of
winter and still they flower....
love the second one...wonderful nacroReplyDelete
Arija, you're lucky to still have such beautiful flowers in your garden.ReplyDelete
Good Sunday, dear!
Roses are not only beautiful they are so resilient too.ReplyDelete
That rose shot is stunning Arija!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad your flowers are giving you such joy. Take care.
Gorgeous flowers, Arija, beautiful colors! Wonderful that you still have those in the winter! Hope you've enjoyed a lovely weekend!ReplyDelete
Lovely pink flowers, Arija. Pink is an uplifting colour in my experience. Have a nice week.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous rose. You are being rewarded for just living.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love that rose and can almost smell it from here.ReplyDelete
Lovely...we could use some of your winter to cool us down!ReplyDelete
Good day. You have a nice blog. Your photo is really like. I'm just an amateur photographer. Have a nice day Radka.ReplyDelete
I envy your two gardens Arija, for these lovely flowers you have in them.ReplyDelete
An English Girl Rambles
Beautiful Pink flowers! And a gorgeous rose. Happy Sunday!ReplyDelete
dear lady, these are so lovely. how wonderful that you brought your garden alive and now it grows and offers gifts to you.ReplyDelete
thank you for your comments on my blog and you lovely pictures!!
Yay that is gorgeous. I love the colors it's so dainty. Happy Sunday!ReplyDelete
Your flowers are always so beautiful. I can relate to this post. I can't keep up with my garden but it keeps me happy with blooms both from what I planted in the past, as well as volunteers that are sometimes as much fun as the specimen plants.ReplyDelete
How lucky you are to still have blossoms in winter!ReplyDelete
Dear Arija, pink flowers in all their loveliness. That is what gardens do they slowly close in on us, mine does. I prune and prune and when I look around...well and still I make cuttings and tuck them in a tiny space, I plant a new rose, c'est la vie for me! Have a nice week.ReplyDelete
What a pleasant reminder that our world is so large some of us are in summer and others nearing winter! Thanks for stopping by to visit my part of Colorado, USA. ♥♫ReplyDelete
A natureza corresponde o seu carinho para com ela... O melhor presente que podemos receber é poder admirar estas maravilhas! Lindas flores!!!ReplyDelete
I love the composition of the second one, especially. You have such beautiful flowers in your garden! How can flowers not give joy! All you have to do is notice them...ReplyDelete
Flowers always clarm the heart. Are you 100% now?ReplyDelete
thank you for asking.I am as well as can be expected. 100% has not been part of the equation for many years now.
Love its richness!ReplyDelete
How lovely Arija.
" Regina "
Hello, post pieno di rosa...ReplyDelete
Bei fiori :-)
Thanks for your recent visit and comment Arija. I appreciate the show of support.ReplyDelete
The roses seem to be giving a burst of colour here on the Adelaide plains as well, before succumbing to the pruning shears and winter starkness.I have a Camp David red rose that has bloomed this week and it looks and smells divine. I have enjoyed reading your posts.
Thank you for your sweet words on my blog.ReplyDelete
You're very lucky to have two large gardens even though it includes hard work :) Just look at the result - fantastic pink flowers!
Beautiful....I hope you will stay safe as you are heading toward your winter. Thank you for your comment regarding my blogger friend Bobbie. She was as you..kind, wise and forgiving..I can take a lesson from both of you...love...MichelleReplyDelete
Arija, I love the colour of pink and your pink posies are beautiful, only wish I could smell the lovely fragrance that they must throw off. Have a beautiful week~ReplyDelete
What beautiful pink flowers you have there!ReplyDelete
Love your blog name.
both are gorgeous but im leaning a bit on the second one.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers...I love the pink rose. It is hard when you can't garden any more and want to. My garden wouldn't have anything in it if it wasn't for the perenials that still survive....and the grass and weeds. I just can't got down on my knees and it is hard to do things standing up or sitting.ReplyDelete