Monday, 18 May 2015

I'm still here - it's just that I'm over there!

Truth is I've been distracted. 
Completely and utterly distracted. 
And for the last few weeks I've been spending the majority of my spare time over at the allotment. 
I know. 
I've kept it very quiet! 
I don't want to bore you with all of the details but if you do want to pop over and take a peek you can see me here.

Meanwhile I've been enjoying my own garden. 
What a fantastic time of year it is out there. 
So here's a few of my favourites.

Meanwhile I'm off to don a wet suit and lash some poles together ....
Hope you are enjoying the flowers wherever you are.

(All will be revealed soon!)


  1. Love your video, made me giggle...hop e everything you've planted is flourishing ;) xxx

  2. Gorgeous, I have wysteria envy as mine isn't flowering yet ...will it, won't it, who knows! Your garden is stunning! X

  3. Wow, your photos are just stunning!

  4. Enjoy and how stunning is that 'Listeria' growing up your wall.....(don't forget I am a sewist not a gardener!!!!) the name evades me!!!
    bestest D x

  5. How gorgeous your garden is. That brick path is lovely, and such pretty flowers. I'm off to investigate your allotment now! CJ xx

  6. I have Wisteria envy,you have a very pretty garden.Pam.

  7. I love your Wisteria and your peony is out - ours are still in bud with just a little red showing so it won't be long. May is a most beautiful month in the garden:)

  8. With an allotment like yours, I would never want to leave it! I am thinking of that old tune from Camelot.


  9. I've just watched your video - it's very amusing! Maybe you could call your erection a 'willow wall' or even a 'willow wonder'? Love the flowers in your garden. Judy.

  10. My mind is boggling at the idea of what you can do with a wet suit and a good lashing.

  11. And that was before I read Judith's comment.

  12. What a lovely garden. It seems much more ahead than we are!

  13. Happy gardening my friend.

  14. I love wisteria and wish we had planted one when we arrived at this house 10 years ago - it would have been splendid by now - sigh! Little M planted french beans and sugar snap then said "you can have some of my beans if you let me help you cook them!" I said "I will let you help me cook them if you eat them" "Of course I will eat them, I am growing them!" It's working, it's bloody working!!!! Love Jo x

  15. Your garden looks so lush and colourful Jane! I hope the allotment is going from strength to strength and the fruits of your labours will soon be enjoyed! Have a great weekend and don't work too hard!! xx

  16. Thank you so much for sharing this.


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