Due to the big birthday party last weekend, I could not make it to schedule my regular posts for this week. But instead, I share some photos of my garden again and how it changed over the past two months. New flowers appeared and have blossomed, and some others have grown into large bushes. Let’s go for a quick tour.
My hazelnut bush is dropping nuts already. I am collecting them daily for about a week, and still, it has lots to share..
I had not been to my garden for some days due to the weather and simply because I had not the time. This guy seemed to choose right those few days to develop into a huge flower. I have no idea where it comes from because I had not planted it. But it looks impressive! In English, it is a green amaranth.
The pink beauty below appeared from my white savage.
Just about to blossom with its countless purple peatels:
My little brook has gotten a new resident.
These are just so beautiful: Physalis. Unfortunately, I cannot catch all of them at once. Some are always hiding behind a leaf. There are still more about to change from green to orange. It is a typical decoration for fall over here.
This one has grown about three times the size when I planted it 3 months ago:
Let’s take a look at my calendula and chamomile. I have been reaping the petals daily for weeks. I had not thought that two tiny plants would be so abundant. Unfortunately, meanwhile, they don’t look that nice anymore. But I wanted to share them anyway.
Here is a look at my front yard.
The last time I have not shown a view on my clematis. I have four with large petals (white and purple) and three with smaller ones (white, yellow, yellow-red). The ones with the little petals have grown sensationally. The others are in a constant up and down. But I still believe in them.
What’s missing? Oh, yes, my rose garden! The roses developed fantastically. Many of the rose bushes have grown double their size over the past two months. I enjoy seeing them blooming over and over again.
I am concluding this post with some shots of the view from my garden towards the mountains. That view has so many different faces, and I love every single one.
In Love and Light