Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Lazy Blogger, Busy Gardener, Glorious May!



This post is an apology for not finding the time to blog properly and a thank you for all your kind comments that have, unforgivingly, gone unanswered recently. I love the month of May. We've been eating al fresco, without the annoyance of high summer wasps, driving with the top down, rediscovering summer shorts at the back of wardrobe, lazing under parasols with the Sunday papers and everything in the garden is, literally, rosy! The vegetable garden is on the verge of being magnificent, which I've photographed and will be posting soon (feeling particularly chuffed about managing single headedly this year) and we stand a good chance of being self sufficient by June. So, just a few photographs of the garden flowers to tide you over until I can give you my full and undivided attention, in the meantime, I hope you are enjoying your own variety of "that lusty month of May"

7 comments:

Magic Cochin said...

Glad to hear you've been enjoying all facets of the garden :-)

We dusted down the big garden sunshade - it stayed in the shed last year! And the veg garden is promising so much...

Gorgeous flowers!

Celia
x

Phoenix C. said...

Love the flowers. The close-ups make me feel like I could climb inside into a magic world!

May is one of my favourite months too. Sometimes I feel like I shouldn't be blogging at this time of year, because it keeps me inside, but it's made me even more appreciative of plants and gardens - and of course, all you wonderful bloggers!

Red Clover said...

That's exactly how I feel! I've spent so much time in the gardens that I've let my blog grow several weeds. That's not a bad thing, but I need to do a little better. Beautiful photos! I adore them. Keep them coming.

Tatyana said...

Hi Fay! What beautiful images! You are right, May is a great month - fresh, green, not dusty and faded. Your May lifestyle sounds soooo good!

Rob (ourfrenchgarden) said...

Better to be in the garden than to blog. That's the whole point!

I look forward to seeing the vegetable garden in all its glory. To be nigh on self sufficient is really an achievement.

HappyMouffetard said...

Beautiful photos.

Woodland Fay said...

HappyMoffetard = thanks for your kind comment, hope to see you here or at your own blog again soon.