Wishing my American friends a very happy Thanksgiving.
For the last few years I’ve been in Mississippi to enjoy the day with some lovely people, but 2020 had other ideas. Although I know y’all can celebrate perfectly well without the British (I’ve been there for Independence Day too 🙂 ), I decided that a blog celebration was in order. Continue reading “Autumn Gleanings And Thanksgiving Wishes”
…would it? Either way, I’m wishing my American friends a very happy Thanksgiving. If you’re traveling, keep safe. If it’s just an everyday day for you, I hope these flowers will bring a little cheer. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Would Not Be The Same Without Brussels Sprouts”
An alluring new Agapanthus claimed my attention at one of the UK flower shows earlier this year, even though it was almost buried in a sea of other cultivars. The subtle lilac and pink streaks along the backs of the petals and on the petal tips created a luminous, ethereal effect against the pure white.
My picture may not do it justice, but it seemed one of those head-turners that have the potential to set the plant world aflame. Continue reading “Impressions: Thanksgiving flowers”