Wednesday, September 06, 2006

I promise this is the last SPRING GARDEN pictures I will post - Until next spring that is! :o)

Dutch Hyacinth's
spring again sorry! but I just love them daffodils I truly do! :o)
Front of our house and a little of our garden blossom on every tree.
Daffodils again!
A lovely big plum tree full of flowers and bees! too, that would mean lots of plums this year. Yum!

Yes I promise this will be the last time I will make you all look at my daffodils and spring garden.
Yes I am what is called a "fair weather gardener" but hubby and I say "guilty as charged"
With stage 4 water restrictions this year we are not sure how much will survive. we are not aloud to use any kind of watering hose etc. in our garden none at all.
The reservor is only 8.4% full and that is a horror story for this little spot in the world.

18 comments:

JunieRose said...

Oh,mY!
Don't stop posting your spring garden pictures!
I love these!
(even tho it seems strange to think of spring flowers when we , here in the US are at the end of our summer!)

I enjoy your site very much.

Junie

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

I agree with Junie...You do not have to stop posting your gorgeous pictures. I think you had better take bunches of them if you are going to have water restrictions!! That is too bad for you and for all of those great flowers. We here in the USA love to look at them. It just seems odd to us that you are having Spring when we are going into FALL. I love your site and love coming to look at the lovely flowers that you post. Keep it up1!!

Sue said...

LeeAnn,
I could look at your lovely pictures every day. Fall is my favorite season, but spring is a close second.
That water situation sounds sort of scary...

Morning Glory said...

I have so very much enjoyed the pictures, memories and tributes in these last three posts. So lovely!

I, too, do NOT get tired of looking at your garden flowers.

Miss Pink Ponsonby said...

Whose complaining about spring flowers? I ESPECIALLY love them since it is September and everything in California is dry, dry, dry! And brown, brown, brown. My poor spearmint plant looks like it could crumple to dust right now. So your fresh touches of spring flowers are fine by me!

miss*R said...

why would you want to stop posting pictures of your glorious garden? I like to look and I love that sometimes I can catch a glimpse of your darling cottage! spring will be over way too soon - let your readers enjoy it while it lasts xo

Nicole said...

I agree with Ms*R... stop stop posting your beautiful photos please... I simply adore them... and you!
Much love, Nicole xox.

Meow said...

Goodness, 8.4% is way too low. Have you been getting any of the rain these past few days ?? Love your photos, so pretty.
Take care, Meow

Lee-ann said...

:o) :o) :o) :o) :o) OK!

Thank you everyone I see now I am not boring you all :o)

I should have known that if I love them then all my dear new blogger friends would love them too.

Robyn :o) so you are trying to get a sneak look at my little cottage are you..........Well when the rose that is creeping over the front porch is out I promise to take a photo. lol lol lol lol

Thank you all so very much for your lovely comments.
Love to you all.
Lee-ann

Shelley said...

No! Don't stop! The photos are lovely! It makes me look forward to April!

Dotee said...

I love seeing your Spring garden pictures Lee-Ann!!! You (and your hubby) obviously love your garden. It is such a joy to see flowers in bloom isn't it? And daffodils are such happy flowers.

I am enjoying Spring here in Melbourne too.

Hope your garden survives the water restrictions. It is going to be a warm, dry summer I think.

Kisses from Melbourne!

Dotee xoo

Val said...

Lee-ann, we'll be driving by your cottage tomorrow on our way to Castlemaine. Hope you got some rain lately, we had quite a bit on the weekend (in Melbourne), and some wintry drizzle this morning. Despite the drought, your garden is looking so lovely!

Puss-in-Boots said...

Lee-Ann your photos are lovely and you have snowdrops. I love those little flowers. It's too hot where I am to grow them so I love your garden.

Level 4 water restrictions, we hit those next month and the government reckons Brisbane will be on level 5 by March. Pretty grim, isn't it?

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your comments. I really enjoy my new blogging friends,too.

Hugs

Robyn

Alice said...

Lee-ann - spring doesn't end until 30 November so I expect to see appropriate garden photos right up until then ....lol.

Your spring garden looks so lovely, especially with that tantalising glimpse of your cottage. Would love to see more ... please, please.

I hope you get really good spring rain. 8% is quite a worry at this time of year.

Tea & Margaritas in My Garden said...

I agree too! Love seeing your garden flowers. It gives us on the other side of the world hope for a short winter and an early spring :)

tea
xo

Patty said...

beautiful flowers, keep posting spring pictures ! We are heading into fall and things are all going bare. I love seeing spring again.

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Dear Lee-ann.....

How nice of you to stop by and leave your comment about my autumn posting. You write so eloquently. Your postings and the comments you leave, not only for me, but other bloggers too, are always a joy to read.

Isn’t it a topsy-turvy world we live in, us in UK heading for winter and you beginning to enjoy spring. What a wonderful display of daffodils, spring flowers and blossom you have in your garden. I love to be able to enlarge photographs and study the detail in them. I’m so pleased you described your vine, it looks well tended. I wonder if you make your own wine?

I’m very much a ‘spring girl’, so I’ve enjoyed this opportunity of sharing yours.

We will not tire of seeing your garden, whatever season.

Love - Marion

MrsGreenThumb said...

Hello, I came over from my sister's blog, motherkitty. Your pictures are wonderful and your life sounds full and satisfying. I am an avid gardener caught in the middle of a drought as well. I live in the desert and work in a water conservation program.
You are indeed blessed to have your grandchildren visiting all the time.

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