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Sunday, 26 April 2015

Love Story: The Love I could not accept


Hello everybody

Spot the happy gardener:


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That's me, yesterday.
And those are my buddleias in full bloom

Now, that we have that part (me - bragging about something done completely by Nature herself), we can get on with our Sunday's treat: the love story:







Unless it starts pouring down, I'll spend my day the same way I did yesterday (all those who saw my Instagram photo ) know I'm clearing out grass - have been at it for days. :)
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Have an amazing Sunday.
Marija

6 comments:

  1. You have buddleia already? Wow! Your plants must bloom earlier than ours, though most of the garden is starting to wake up properly now. I've been finding all sorts of things coming up that I can't remember planting, though I'm pretty sure that some are freesia bulbs.

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    1. Allready?
      Oh, my dear friend.. I'm running late; because most of other folks had their week ago. I seem to always be one step behind everyone else in my street. Well, at least I'll have mine longer. :)

      Marija

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  2. I LOVE butterfly bushes, exactly for the reason they are known and named for: butterflies! I had them in my former home garden aswell, but, as I have cats aswell ... the butterflies were often catched and eaten by my beloved cats.

    Have a lovely week, Marija!

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    1. Yes, yes!
      I've watched them fly over the flowers on Saturday - no need for a TV, magazine or any other means of distraction: all I need is a flowering shrub, bunch of butterflies and one cat trying to chase them - endles joy! :)

      Have a great day.
      Marija

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  3. Three massive cheers for lilac season!!! It's short-lived, yes, but endlessly glorious. If I ever finally get a house with a yard, lilacs are a must. They're my favourite flower scent wise and one of my favourites from a visual standpoint, too.

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. I know they are muched loved by you.
      I believe it's due to their joyful color.. you know, over here folks tend buddlea just like they do with clover: more pettals on the flower means great luck. So, back in the day we used to pick the flowers, count the pettals.. in our search for the luck. :)

      Marija

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