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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

zoom in on the harvest

my garden is rather lacking in colour at the moment.  In the front garden none of the plants are flowering, just a few marigolds and the remains of the hydrangea - after producing wave after wave of flowers since February, this is a down period.  In the back garden there is plenty of green and the sweetpeas are still in bloom but the thing that really sings is the apple tree with lovely red apples nearly ready to pick


looking forward to seeing what has caught your eye this week


9 comments:

Jimjams said...

Wonderful apples - ours are yet to ripen fully.
I missed last week's link-up burning a little too much midnight oil - hope you don't mind me linking here first thing!

Missus Wookie said...

I've been admiring the apples on a couple of trees in the garden. Such a lovely splash of colour.

Prairie Jill said...

I love the zoomed-out view of your garden, and I also love those apples!

marshaleith said...

love the way your tree hugs the garden shed. The apples look delicious!

Karen said...

The apples look delicious! It's been very disappointing year here for produce, but we've had wonderful flowers from the perennial garden.

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

So pretty - that splash of red. It's fun to see photos of your garden, Helena!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

I love the photos and the little buildings - what a perfect composition.

Jimjams said...

And I'm back with this week's entry "proper"!
We've eaten an apple from our tree this week - tasted yummy - just rather small :-(

Miriam said...

What a lovely look at your garden. Super Zizo...Last week ran away with me!