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Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

More from earlier posts... again from father's garden - as it was. Now most flowers are removed and things are basic, but easy-care...


  1. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh YAM excellent photos and I wonder if that is one of the bees that tried to eat
    Da Twinies and their peeps?
    Hugs Cecilia

  2. So beautiful. I love the red geraniums and the red spray in the fourth photo. I wanted to do a red theme in our potted flowers this year, but I couldn't find the sunpatiens I wanted in a nice red. Maybe next year - I need to get out shopping earlier:)

  3. Gorgeous floral photos ~ love the little bee too!

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. I love the wee bee, too. Take care!

  5. So, you've shot a lot of flowers and now they're gone.

  6. we love it!!! do you know the name of the orange plant after the bee-photo?

    1. Hari OM
      Yes, that is Montbretia - I adore it and was very sad that it got 'howked out'!!! Yxx

  7. I am not good with plants and flowers, but they all look so very attractive.:)

  8. Such beautiful flowers and I love his little garden!

  9. I'm with Cecilia comment! The first thing I thought of when I saw the beat was our poursuite Weimaraner and Friends and their bee stings! I also thought the same thing she said about the flowers absolutely gorgeous all of them

  10. Your Dad must have been quite a gardener. The colours are vibrant and we didn't realize Hypericum was so attractive to bees - you have possibly got three different varieties there (certainly 2). As always with you - great photos.

  11. Once there were flowers and fairies galore.
    Now with age the fine garden is not more.
    In the place of a garden are practical things.
    Just grass, stone and one empty porch swing.

    namaste, janice xx


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