Wednesday, October 10, 2012

In my garden...

I love the smell of Spring. All the delicate scents joining together in a symphony of perfumed gorgeousness cloaking the lingering scent of dog poo.






PS: I am joining up for Wordless Wednesday at My Little Drummer Boys and Twinkle in the eye

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  1. Hehehe...I love the smell of spring flowers, but Jasmine brings on my asthma :-/
    lovely photos :)

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    1. Pity about the Jasmine. It's sure is gorgeous at the moment. See you soon. Rachel x

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  2. Hahahaha, that made me spit my tea at the screen. AnneS

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  3. Oh you crack me up, Rachel! There's a beautiful jasmine tree I walk past each morning that smells divine.

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    1. I know, I want to roll in it whenever I walk past it. Rx

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  4. Beautiful photos, and thanks for the great idea - I need to plant more perfumed flowers.

    x

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    1. Yes, you really should but Kora will probaby dig them up. Rx

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  5. Ha! Love it! I love flowers but I've got really bad allergies unfortunately. I buy them anyway. Lovely pics! x

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  6. What beautiful flowers!

    We don't have any flowers in our garden (if you could even call it that), putting that on the to do list when we move! x

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    1. Mine are self sufficient - lucky else they would have died a long time ago.

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  7. Oh that lingering smell, give me the scent of spring any day.
    Prue x

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  8. So pretty! I love flowers they really brighten everything up and make it happy.

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    1. You can't help but be happy in Spring. Rx

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  9. Gorgeous (except for the dog poo smell) :)

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  10. Those are in your garden!!? I'm so jealous! I love pretty floweres, would love to be able to sit on a back deck or in the back yard and be surrounded by them...but we live in a unit. and my thumb is as brown as they come.

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    1. Yes, they really are. I was in a unit for a long time and tried everything to grow flowers on the verandah. I had no luck. Rx

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  11. Haha! I was having a lovely daydream until you mentioned the dog poo!

    Lovely flowers!

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  12. Lol. Love the flowers they are so pretty. Our old place used to grow these huge red roses and the tree would grow tall enough to tough the roof of our house if hubby didn't groom it often.

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    1. I would love to grow roses. That's my next goal. Rx

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  13. Beautiful pics, at the risk of sounding like a nanna..my roses have started to bloom too. But using chook poo not dog poo for fertilizer x

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  14. Ah, there are still flowers left, hurray!

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  15. Beautiful pictures! Gorgeous flowers!

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous flowers! Sadly we have that lingering smell wafting through sometimes too :)

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  17. I love your flowers especially the lavender.
    I don't like dog poo ;)

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