A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
I like the blue theme of your recent pictures.
Hello James - it's not so much a theme as how the skies are turning at present!(It'll be green leaves tomorrow.)Lucy
I like the slight refraction. Cold but very bright here and lovely skies. Won't be long before those Budls shoot high again.
Hello HermesIf you mean those blobs in the sky - they were un-intended and I'm a bit alarmed by their presence!Lucy
We have a huge area of wild ones nearby - very impressive in flower. Thanks for the comment on my last post. Googling "white flower worn by pixies" didn't help either :-)Any chance of adding Name/Url to identity options for commenting?
Hello Easy Gardener.Sorry about the commenting barricade. Spam has been a problem recently. Initially, I turned on the moderation but still let anyone leave a comment. Even so, I was having to delete rows of squares and I was worried in case they were some kind of code which could interfere with my computer. (Though some translated from Chinese into non-comments.)There isn't an option for name/URL. The options are for anyone (including anonymous) blogger users only, 'members of the blog' only and the one I have - which allows Open IDs.I'm really sorry about this. Well, I'm really cross I had to introduce it. Apologies none the less.Lucy
Never mind - it just means I have to sign out of my personal gmail account and into my easygardener alter ego before commenting. I can manage that!
Hello Easygardener.Thanks - and I'd like to reiterate the apologies. Not allowing anonymous remarks has sorted it for the moment for me - I'm only sorry it has this knock on effect.Lucy
I love the tenacity of buddleia to survive in just about any kind of environment, with or without soil.
I'm a bit annoyed with Buddleia. Last year, I brushed a tiny amount of earth against the bottom of a wall and pressed in some Wallflower seeds. No Wallflowers - but I've just come in from cutting out four wild Buddleia plants which had taken the opportunity to move in.Lucy
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