vendredi 8 juillet 2011

At last flowers

On a previous post someone mistook our day lilies for wild grass, well they are wildly flowering.


There is always a way to get to light even if you have to get around obstacles



Clinging to life



Our begonias were unhappy inside they look like they feel better here.
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8 commentaires:

  1. Oh yes, let's enjoy color all around us. Happy summer to you, Paul. How warm does it get in your neck of the woods?

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  2. Les fleurs sont merveilleuses.
    All they needed was more warmth and less rain.
    C'est très bien.

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  3. @Sledpress: all this week we had 25C and up to 30C with the Humidex it felt like 35C to 40C at times. We range from -20C in the thick of winter up to 30C in summertime, mid-July to mid-August. Exceptionally less in winter and more in summer but seldom.
    @Rob-bear: we had, save for a few storms, a rather warm and rain less week but very high humidity, even the hibiscus felt comfy outside.

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  4. OOps, I called Rosaria Sledpress, must be the heath.

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  5. The blasted heath?

    I'm here. And I got flowers too, it's smackdown time! They'll be up shortly.

    It's so hot and wet here, by the way, that it feels like a locker room. Two minutes outside of air conditioning and you're soaked.

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  6. @Sled press, I'm not very familiar with locker rooms but I can figure it out. We don't have an air conditioned house and we don't, save for a few days each summer, need one. It is though very well insulated and heated.
    @Zeus, our colours are like the wonderful music you propose on your blog.

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  7. Last month, I moved into a cottage, so I now have the light for flowers. A day after I moved in, a friend brought over a large pot planted with three or four varieties. I had forgotten how much I missed flowers in my old place.

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