I do not know what has happened to Blogger whilst I have been away, but here are some flowers from the garden whilst I unpack and get myself sorted out.
Erythroniums - White beauty
sorry about the stick, it is the only way I could get it to show it's face.
Erythroniums - Pagoda
Erythronium Revolutum - Knightshayes Pink
pink erythronium courtesy The Telegraph
Blogger, as far as we know, has continued much in its normal, unpredictable way during your absence with nothing very new to report beyond the odd comment disappearing for ever into the ether!
The Erythroniums are absolutely wonderful and count amongst our all time favourite spring flowers. We built up quite a collection ourselves in our gardening days.
Good to have you back!
Hello Jane and Lance - nice to be back in touch again.Delete
Blogger in the UK has completely changed his format (I think he is a male). Hope you are lucky and Blogger remains the same for you in Hungary. When you get home from holiday feeling rather woolly headed after travelling, and all of the jobs to catch up on, you can do without Blogger performing tricks on you!!!
I am pleased that you like Erythroniums too. They are beautiful little flowers, and you do not see them in gardens very often.
Welcome back from you Holiday Rosemary,ReplyDelete
Your flower photos are stunning. I can imagine that your garden is looking so beautiful. The erythroniums-pagoda will look fantastic next spring.
also the little tulip. I dont know these flowers. They really would not grow here in the heat we get.
Wishing you a happy Thursday.
Dear Val - nice to hear from you again. We love our little white and yellow erythroniums which we enjoy every spring. I shall be making arrangements to order the pink ones when September arrives and the plant specialists will have them in stock.Delete
All of your flowers are so beautiful. You garden looks lush, green and wonderful.ReplyDelete
Thank you - we have just returned from holiday, and apparently there has been a lot of rain whilst we were away.Delete
Very beautiful flowers. Much blooming all summer? In Greece I have not seen similar.
Have a nice day
Dear Olympia - they are indeed a very pretty little flower. May be Greece is too dry for them. They like a dappled shady environment, with moisture during the spring. Once they are established they multiply every year. Sadly they are only here for a week or two more until next year.Delete
Dear Rosemary, Welcome back. Your garden and your photographs are a "sight for sore eyes". I've not grown Erythronium but after seeing your beauties I must give them a try.ReplyDelete
Blogger has gone to a new format. I also hate changes but am getting used to it. It's actually quite intuitive and watching the short film will help. Have a great remainder of the week.
Dear Gina - it is so lovely to be able to connect with yourself and other friends on the blog again. I expect I will get used to the new format on Blogger, but when I first switched on, I thought, oh no! Your mind is all over the place when returning from holiday as you will know.Delete
Do get yourself some Erythroniums, I love them. Not only are the flowers very pretty, but the leaves are also very attractive. Once established they will multiply and keep flowering every Spring♥
A burst of Spring! Hope you have enjoyed your time away, Rosemary :-)ReplyDelete
Dear Kate - so lovely to connect with you again. Arrived home last night - it looked from the plane as if England has had a rainy time whilst we were away, lots of burst river banks and water lying in the fields.Delete
Erythroniums are one of those plants that have always been on the list but I've never got my act together to grow.ReplyDelete
Your photographs have inspired me to take action and get some in for this year. Very pretty.
Thanks for your visit, and for introducing me to your blog.Delete
Erythroniums are one of those plants that you have to start thinking about during September to get them in ready for the spring. Good luck, they are very pretty flowers and need no looking after once they are happy.
I love the erythronium but it will not grow in my garden helas. Your photo's are great. Hope you had a wonderfull time.ReplyDelete
Dear Marijke - It is a shame that erythroniums will not grow for you. We always want the plants that will not flourish with us. I would love to have blue hydrangeas, but can only grow pink ones!Delete
Terrific photos of some beautiful flowers. I, too, sometimes have to "coax" a flower to show its face. Well done!ReplyDelete
The flowers are some of my favourites especially at this time of year. Glad you liked them.Delete