I love honeysuckle and I love the photo of YOU. the wall is beautiful even without you in it... those pink hearts are truly blissful
Stunning photos of your daughter's garden! That poppy is wau and the Japanese maple, honeysucle and weeping heart (?) as well. Thank you for linking Linda - have a nice day.
What a beautiful courtyard.
Such a beautiful courtyard garden, loved the photo of you peeking through the wall, it made me smile.
Beautiful courtyard garden and lovely flowers. Like the photos of Jasper and the hare and is that you peeking through the pretty window?:)
Thank you Rosie. Yes, that's me pointing my camera at an ornamental mirror on the back wall of the courtyard garden!
What a beautiful courtyard, it's just amazing what you can do with a small space isn't it. Loved that pic of you...had me smiling as did Jasper and the hare and tortoise.xxx
Love the bleeding heart! It looks so healthy. Hope you are having a good week.
I love the floral bliss. So many beautiful flowers with you among them. This time of year is just full of beauty and color.
It really is floral bliss, a lovely post.All the best Jan
So many beautiful plants in the garden of your daughter. Jasper the family pet is so cute. Thank you for visiting my blog. have a nice week, Carmen
Thank you for sharing this virtual delight my friend! Really beautiful flowers
Your daughter's garden is very beautiful. Love all the pretty flowers and decorations. Have a beautiful day!
She has a lovely garden... Just the place to put your feet up with a glass of wine and relax. Jx
Good Morning Linda, What a pretty post to start my day. Those Bleeding Hearts are perfect and I love the picture of you peeking through the window. I hope you enjoyed the day with your daughter. :0
Some people just seem to pull their gardens together and they look wonderful. This one is so pretty.Diana
A charming post to start my morning. Lovely photos.
Your daughter's got a beautiful garden and I like her animal visitors too, both real and otherwise.
Your daughter's garden is very pretty, Linda, and it is a perfect garden for "Miss Read" country! Have been catching up on your posts. Your garden is beautiful, too, as are all the places in England you've been sharing! The roses are done here, and we will no doubt be in the 90s and 100s for the next two months, at least. There's usually somewhat of a lull in the neighborhood flowers now until the zinnias come out. So I will especially enjoy your Floral Bliss posts! Have a great week!
Hello Linda, your daughter's courtyard is such a tranquil spot... all those gorgeous pots and plants. Such sweet colours too :D)