Posts tagged with "jamesgalway"



28. April 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, photography, garden photography, rose, david austin, crown princess margareta, the generous gardener
April has been cool, warm, cool. We are probably within a week or so of summer's entrance; yet over the past week the winds have been rushing across the desert, apparently signalling the changing season, only to blow in still cooler temperatures this evening. Although it has been very dry, it has not yet turned really hot. More than ever, the garden is a mix of cool season and warm season bloom at the end of April. And above all, it has been the month of roses.
24. April 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, photography, garden photography, in a vase on monday, iavom, monday vase, wollerton old hall, pottery, ceramics
It is time for roses here. High time to display a big confection of them in a Monday Vase. There is St. Swithun...
24. October 2016
small sunny garden, desert garden, in a vase, monday, amy myers, photography, the alnwick rose, rose, david austin
After last Monday's pink roses, I had plans for an all white arrangement today. But The Alnwick Rose is now in full bloom.
21. October 2016
rose, english rose, david austin, amy myers, photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, the alnwick rose
...and James Galway following a brief downpour back in September!
17. October 2016
rose, alnwick, james galway, miniature, small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, monday vase, photography, earthenware, pottery, potter, ceramics
As I looked through the garden yesterday for my belated Bloom Day post, it was clear that The Alnwick Rose would be playing a part in today's vase.
17. October 2016
small sunny garden, amy myers, desert garden, garden bloggers bloom day
For me, yesterday's Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day coincided with a chance to visit Summerwinds Nursery, an opportunity which unabashedly ousted my Bloom Day post till today. After all, this is the start of planting season here and the tables were loaded. Every minute I could spare today went to planting, and there is still plenty left to do! Meantime, I didn't want to miss my Bloom Day post altogether. So out I went with camera in hand, only to find my flower photography preempted by an even more...