I had a great post all ready to post last night, and then the text all disappeared and so now, I am just going to be showing you some pictures of the garden as it has looked this past few days. I had written some things that I think I really needed to write and the 'poof' they were gone.
I kindda of want to kick Blogger somewhere.
I have had trouble posting the past two posts and commenting on a few blogs.
If you haven't heard from me, it's a Blogger thing I think.
Something is going weird with my e-mail too.
Do you think it could be the user?????
I will be posting 'Living my life in color' soon, because it has been so long since I have posted from the heart and I really needed to write what I wrote last night, but because I don't write my posts beforehand and I tend to just sit down and write what's in my heart, I now have to regroup and get in the 'mood' again.
Here are some views of the garden this week.
The roses have started to bloom and things are a riot of color in the garden.
My John Cabot roses are such treasures in this garden. They work so hard and really make the garden look lovely right now. I had two of these roses last year and then, because I love them so much, went to the nursery last Fall and bought two more. I think this brings me to 48 roses crammed into this garden.
This is a view under one of the arbors.
I have barely come up for air this week. I have had a ton of work to do in this space.
I haven't had time to do much else, but work on a new bed I am planting
and a bed that I am having to redo.
The bed I am reworking is too shady now for the plants that are there, and so as
all gardeners know, the work is a continuous process.
Some of the delphiniums have started to bloom. I love their tall, showy spires.
My Persian Yellow rose is now just finishing it's bloom cycle. It blooms about the same time as many of my peonies and they are all just about finished now. I picked my last peonies a couple of days ago.