A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
I have a lot of Jasmine in the hedgerows around my garden and that looks just right. I don't think the sky will be like that today unfortunately.
Light and intermittent drizzle here this morning. It makes the plants look rather bland instead of startlingly fresh and new.I took the Jasmine photo the day before yesterday. (28th April.)Lucy
Mine is only just starting to break into leaf. It is on a North facing wall so always a bit delayed.
Hi Gary - this one has the disadvantage that it doesn't flower!. . . maybe one day . . .Do you feed yours? (The soil here is rich deep down so big bushes do well but very poor on the surface.)Lucy
Love the image against the blue sky. Very iconic in nature.
Morning Shibaguyz.Jasmine grows very fast and I'm pleased to have photographed the leaves at this stage of opening when they look very balanced and elegant.Lucy
I love Jasmine plants and Jasmine tea!! Wonderful smell... and a great shot!
Hi, Angelika - yes, even when there are no flowers, the foliage is so lovely and frothy it's still a great plant.Lucy
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