I'm beginning to spend time in the garden too. Yesterday I checked which plants survived the hard italian winter... not bad. Do you think now it's a good moment to plant the seed you gave me last year (I kept some of them). Thank you!
hello coco!is is now weeks ago i sent you a letter from germany with seeds ... and i am afraid it has not reached you yet?!! i think it is lost somewhere?? ...moni
If you have any questions, just ask. I don't mind. Enjoy the embroidering you've planned! I look forward to embroider on the balcony again. In the sun, with all the plants on the balcony.I hope to get started on my plants soon. It'll be my first time. None of my plants have ever survived anything, but now it seems I did well. :)Have a lovely weekend!
oh how lovely green things you have gathered together! the pale flower looks like (winter rose/christmas rose) helleborus niger. my helleborus is flowering in the snow outside, such an amazing plant : )v
yes, the white flower is christmas rose..it is pretty. it war making some white and purple flower in my sister's garden and she cut it for me, so i can have it in my living room.
Love your garden, Coco.
mmm what a nice photos :)
How beautiful! Enjoy the planning.I wanted to say thank you for the award you gave me. It is such a good feeling to know that someone likes my blog! I appreciate you telling me through the award <3 Hope you have a great weekend! //Lill Therese
Perfect time of year for some garden planning... I should do it myself, in my tiny terrace. Lovely pictures!
I was looking through the Richters catalog online today trying to decide what herbs/flowers to plant this spring. definately going to get some orange scented marigolds (gem type). They also had "Kew Red" lavender, which is soooo pretty. I had seen it in a nursery in Chiba when I was in Japan last spring, and was mourning the fact that I couldn't bring one home with me.