Hurtled to 60 – The Retirement Years
A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy – Luis Barragan
Such gorgeous takes on the photos, they are beautiful.
Great photography, thank you for posting.
Lovely photos, you have reminded me to plant more, thank you.
What variety is that? thanks for stopping by and commenting on Mornin’ glory..your the second person that has responded about changing blog providers and losing readership. May I ask? Why did you change. I must admit I dabbled in Word Press with a few blogs. The tools are better, but I have found blogger to be more intuitive. Happy birthday btw. I’m am getting close to that mark myself. greggo.
Thank for your visit. Sadly I dont know the variety of Rudbeckia, it was one of a selection packet of seeds for Country Gardens, with just Rudbeckia printed on the inner packet. It really is lovely though. I have always been with WordPress, I only altered the name of my blog once I got to 60. I didnt have much forethought when I started it in January!!
I love to watch a flower come into its own…one of my fav rudbeckias
That was so enjoyable…to watch the opening to loveliness!
Thank you, Rudbeckia is certainly an interesting flower.
Lovely vibrant flowers, really lifting the gloom.
A great flower for this time of the year, especially when we are having little sunshine
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