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Isn't this a beautiful season? Every day I see new flowers I never noticed before ... and soon there will be fruits in place of flowers! I LOVE this time of year, and the warm season.
Very lovely! I don't know what growing conditions/zone you have there, but it's great to see what's in your garden.On last week's trip to France, I didn't make to any gardens other than the one in Eze village. Cameron
Just beautiful! I love that last one!!XOXO
After being in Italy I am in LOVE with the red poppies! Lovely pale pink roses too ... may have to treat myself at the farmers market!
Cara Diana,As always... You are admirable! You seem to be able to switch fromrenovation projects into pruning your garden. From hosting your guests, into designing. And the best of all.. you find the time to share it all with all of us out there. Bocca aperta... where does all your energy come from. What is the secret behind? Wish you a rewarding weekend, cara. Bacione, Ingrid in Umbria
We are going to have to try spring, next trip after this one...gorgeous. (Mike, yesterday: "Trying to think of things we haven't done in Acqi") If you only knew how often we think of you and your place. happy day, girlfriend!
It is nice to see that at least someone is able to tend to making thier garden beautiful... my poor negelcted garden! I barely have time to take care of the little one, a few things around the house, and then take care of orders coming in. As you have noticed... very little time to stop by and say much of anything to anyone. I still have your e-mail in the back of my head to answer, but I somehow haven't seemed to have gotten to it. I'm curious... are your plans still what they were when you wrote last? Take care!
Gorgeous shot of beauty that can be fleeting at this time of year.
Your photos are lovely...
Your roses are divine!
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