Thursday, 11 May 2017

Different Horizons

 Now that early summer has hit the garden we are leaving it to it's own devices, and heading off to a country we know well, but visiting and travelling in pastures new. 
I am pleased that the Cercis siliquastrum - Judas Tree has decided to flower before we leave
and also the Himalayan Piptanthuys nepalensis

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers. Collages are lovely.
    Enjoy your holiday.

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  2. Hello Rosemary, It must be hard to tear yourself away from your garden. Have a great trip--as usual, we look forward to seeing the photographic results of it.

    I am planning my own summer trip right now, as usual back to Ohio.
    --Jim

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  3. Dear Rosemary, What treasures I see growing in your garden! I'm looking forward to seeing your always beautiful photos when you return from your trip. Bon Voyage.

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  4. I wonder why the Judas Tree is called that? Does each pink blossom look like a kiss of betrayal?

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  5. Beautiful photos of the garden.
    I can't wait to see all the photos from your next travel adventure! Have FUN!

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  6. What a beautiful garden you have, must be hard to leave. Enjoy your trip.

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  7. Stunning flowers, but the grasses in the top photo really caught my eye. Bon voyage!

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  8. Fabulous! I wonder where you are going to leave all this behind... Have a great trip!

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  9. Dear Rosemary,
    your garden looks great! Wish you a lovely journey!
    Best wishes,
    Lisa

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  10. Enjoy your time away.
    Beautiful photos.

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  11. Dearest Rosemary,
    Wow, that indeed is almost heart breaking to leave the garden's best behind!
    Enjoy your new horizons and wishing you safe travels!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  12. Heipsan Rosemary,
    These flowers are absolute beautiful. And the first photo is perfect in its perspective.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  13. The flowers look very healthy...and beautiful too. Look forward to the photos of your adventure.

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  14. There is never a good time to leave the garden once Spring occurs. So glad you were able to enjoy the Judus tree before you went off on your travels. I'm sure you will have a wonderful time! Sarah x

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  15. Ooooo I like the photos!
    Bex :D

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  16. Lovely selection of flower photos there. Hope you enjoy your trip.

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  17. What a wonderful display of Spring flowers ! Wishing you a great trip .

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  18. Hello, Rosemary! How beautiful your garden is! So lively and exciting, especially the Judas tree is full of energy and life. Have a nice trip.

    Yoko

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  19. So beautiful flower collage Rosemary! The nature is just fantastic and magical right now...
    Love from Titti

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  20. Lovely photos as always - enjoy your holiday, wherever it is you are going.
    Margaret P

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  21. Your garden is spectacular Rosemary. Have a wonderful trip and lots of new adventures.

    Helen xx

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  22. I envy you...have such a lovely garden.

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