A place for my photos, all of their very own!
I hope you said to your Italian lady!!Another beautifully stunning set of photos, the colours are spectacular and I love those orange poppies.You know flowers aren't my thing, but I always absolutely love seeing your photos.PS Where is the fountain today???
Absolutely stunnining piccies Helen they all looked beautiful and those cutie little geese lol!! looks like you had another amazing visit xx
Well flowers are most definitely my thing even if i dont know what half of them are, lol! Wonderful selection of photos Helen and I need to pour over them again. Thanks for sharing!HugsLesley Xx
What a fantastic display Helen! Love the cottontail! Think that the unlabelled one was Phormium but mine is yellow! Not seen that colour before! Xx
No....Phlomis... Must be the bottle of wine that I have drunk! Xx
Yes, there is a pink phlomis! Happy bunny now! Xx
Beautiful photos, so generous of you to share. Stunning variety and detail but I adore those old fashioned roses x
Oh Helen, such wonderful photos!! Kew must be looking thoroughly stunning at the moment with these beauties everywhere.
Gorgeous colours. Seeing your photos feels as if you've taken us on a walk with you. Thank you.
As promised, I'm here! I'm surprised by the different seasons we both share. My peonies have been gone for weeks, in fact, nearly a month. All that's left are the green leaves showing where the plant is established.I've never had poppies, but have always wanted them. The ones you photographed are delightful.As often as you visit, doesn't it feel good to be surprised by something new like the Chinese Fringe Tree? It's obvious it's not a new planting, but it must have felt good to see it in bloom.I'd never heard of the cistus, but I agree, it is lovely. I like the white ones the best, I think, although the pink were lovely, too.Thanks for taking me on this journey this week. I love it when you visit Kew. It is such a favorite place for me to follow you around. BTW, I missed the fountain.
Beautiful pics as usual. I think the pink and white frilly unnamed flower (28 of 32) is an aquilegia. I have a similar one called Nora Barlow. The plants are about 12-18" tall and they have attractive seed heads too.
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