Of course it does, Hosta.
I've washed my 3 electric propagators and some seed trays. Have sowed broad beans, mange tout peas and sweet peas in pots and put them in a cold frame.
Lovely colour, Wonky. Reminds me of my Malvern Hills rose.
My iris reticulata was just coming out when we left and when we got home 12 days later it was all over, apart from spiky leaves.
Lovely Wonky. Glad you are getting some sleep at last.
Morning all. Grey and damp. Nothing to say yet, just got up.
Hey, Flowers, lovely photos but we are trying to stick to one favourite!! Which is hard!
When I was expecting my first baby I went to National Childbirth Trust antenatal classes. The midwife described Fidget's beach while we were all lying on the floor and some of us went to sleep!
Actually got outside and gardened today.
Been reading about Zopiclone, don't like the sound of it.
Making homemade pizza tonight as I was making bread rolls as well.
What a good idea for a thread. Lovely photos everyone.
I loved my new Lady Emma Hamilton rose and she smelt wonderful. Here she is on 30th August, flowered on and off all year.
I think a fairy statue would look lovely there, brighten up a dark spot and it's romantic and suits your beautiful garden.
Hydrangea petiolaris is much better on a wall. It likes to spread out sideways. I would be inclined to leave an ash tree on its own.