bliss in the garden

Wednesday, 5 October 2011


Next to the auburn depths of autumn, this time of year is just mind-boggling to me. The wonder unfolding in my garden is healing, calming and uplifting... and frequently causes little gasps of delight.

I love how my beloved Japanese maples are popping with leaf... their leaves unfurl like little newborn cups, all weak and droopy - then stretch and grow into vibrant hands, hovering on stepped-levels that delight the eye.

I love how our conifers and box hedge bust with new growth, ready to be snipped away cleanly into hedgerly shapes. I love how the azaleas are shouting brightly from their beds, and I am on serious standby for the hellebores, waiting patiently for their little capped bonnets to sprout amongst the leaves.

Enjoy this peek at a garden I love so very much.





























5 comments:

Dee White said...

What a gorgeous garden, Tania:)

Reminds me, I really have to do some work on mine...it has a more 'wild' look:)

Happy gardening x

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

What beautiful images! Spring looks lovely at your place.

Rosalind said...

Beautiful! x

tiarastantrums said...

oh you captured an old ladybug (the more spots they have the older they are - we studied ladybugs - even hatched our own!)

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh so heavenly, i wish our garden was as bountiful & beautiful. It will be, one day, i'll sneak some cuttings from you!! Love Posie

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