Just got home today from a fairy tale wedding in Toronto, Canada. Quite a trip for getting home, the day after the wedding, but we made it to Atlanta by coach, plane and car. Now catching up at home and first having a good night sleep! As soon as I do have some official wedding photos I might post some, but in general we do respect other people's privacy and for that reason we ourselves did not make any. Leave it to the different professional photographers and it's up to the bride and groom for granting permission to publish any. Hope this does answer some blogger friend's request for posting wedding photos...
What do YOU think about this?
As I'm worn out, I will post just some Summer Fade-Out and Fall Fade-In photos from us in our garden.
Dear husband Pieter on August 16, near our Windmill Palm (Trachycarpus fortunei) and our feline girl, Tiggy-Tiger, to the left.
Only a small section of the Variegated Ground Ivy Glechoma hederacea 'Variegata' is alive, due to the scorching heat.
Did you lose some of your ground covers or perennials this summer?
Tiggy-Tiger our feline girl is next to the palm tree...
Our soft leave Agave Attenuata or Fox Tail Agave is drought tolerant! This photo is from November 6 and it did very well as you can see.
Do you have any type of agave?
Of course, this pot has to go inside for the winter season!
Wearing my rib cord Newsboy cap, similar to a French beret.
Woolen gray pants are from Escada as is the orange blouse.
On October 20, with gardener Pieter, next to our evergreen oak. To the right you can see the Agave!
Until next time and I would love to hear from you about those questions...
THANKS for taking the time to reply!