Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Flower Power







11 comments:

  1. What beautiful blooms and a sensational house! My garden is turning browner by the hour. Next rain due January...

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  2. Oooh! Gorgeous! What are the white flowers, second from top? I'd quite like some like that.

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  3. Kate: Thank you, when we next have rain, I'll wish you some. Your blog/life looks very interesting, will pop by soon. xx

    Michelloui: I think they are Feverfew, a wild flower: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feverfew, they smell lovley and appear every year without any bother.

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  4. Good old English garden! That reminds me of my hometown Cameron Highlands!

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  5. How delightful. Hopefully the blossoms make the feline antics a bit more bearable.

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  6. Placemaking, and a good English Garden depend entirely on principle and have very little to do with fashion.

    -Capability Brown

    Your garden brilliant and the possibilities endless!

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  7. Well done, now I hope you can keep the chickens and dogs away!

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  8. Good for headaches, Feverfew, I believe.

    Got an e-mail today from your whale saving chums - success! Well done for getting some of us to join in. People power!

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  9. Super lovely, especially as the only flowers being thrown up at my place in the dead of winter are geraniums. I appreciate the burst of summer!

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  10. Thank you for the flower's name--Ive made a note, I would love some like that in my garden! :)

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