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14 thoughts on “138. How Does Your Garden Grow?”

  1. Such a pretty mish mash!
    The bike looks lovely from this distance, but moving on to more important things…that hydrangea! Holy whoa, that is gorgeous, especially for this time of year.
    Some crazy person down the road lobed the heads of their hydrangeas, didn’t even leave the new buds! I almost cried when I saw the hacking job they’d done, at least I can rely on you for my hydrangea fix.

  2. The hydrangea is stunning and I simply cannot believe it is the size of your head, so you must post that picture of you with it, Annie! πŸ˜‰
    The pictures are beautiful and I love that book.
    Thank you for hosting xx

  3. Bit of a weak link this week I’m afraid with underwater plants and an artificial environment but fits in nicely with your artificial flowers in Krakow. I love the flowers in a tin

  4. I’m still getting my head round the size of that hydrangea! I’m a bit tempted to go outside now and put my head next to one in my garden!

  5. Oh I needed these lovely pics on a dreary day like today! I live in hope of unearthing a book like that in a charity shop one day, although that would likely signal the end of productivity for a while…

    I’ve been terribly bad at linking up lately, too much time spent writing indoors-y posts and not enough garden exploring for my liking. Must make time, I’m really missing it.

    Off to check out Flower Card now, I’m loving the whole tin thing πŸ™‚

  6. I’m jealous I have not seen one blooming hydrangea recently just brown ones like mine! Love the idea of flowers in a tin – will stalk when I get internet at home once again!

  7. Thanks for the mention and well… yes, well…
    I got excited by that bike too and squinted just like you said so it didn’t spoil it for me. Love that fancy flowery drop capitals – and flowers in a tin, whatever next? Gin, oh no we’ve done that πŸ˜‰ xx

  8. I’m doing my best squinty face and I think I might be able to smell the flowers in the bike baskets πŸ˜‰ Amazing skeletal petals on that hydrangea and I can’t believe you’d found a bloom THAT large. You’ve set the hydrangea bar Spratt! Thanks for linking to my, I’m off to check out those flowers tins…

  9. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos from the last week. That hydrangea is awesome… so sad to think of it turning brown with the frost. I love the flower tin. how have I not spied these before? What a fabulous gift idea x

  10. What a lovely mish mash and eyes are well and truly squinted for the bike photo. The illustrated book is stunning, but then I am a sucker for books like that. It is interesting to see that they call gorse, furze – I’ve not heard that in a long time.

  11. This is the first time in aaaages I’ve popped by to your blog Annie, and it’s so good to read it again. Love your photos from this week, that hydrangea is beautiful. That tin is lovely, what a great selection of flowers in there.

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