Candelabra Primula is in bloom, such a surprise. The exceptionally mild weather has given it thoughts of Spring.
Each day I have walked the garden. Much needed at times. It has been a difficult week but the news is good, Mr P is home. He is recovering slowly...........we do not know what the future holds but we are positive and strong in mind. I personally feel the worse is over and the future is bright.
Thank you all for your words of kindness and compassion.
They have helped me get through this week and I am grateful to each and every one of you.
So glad Mr.P. is on the up and recovering - fingers crossed he will be back to normal soon. Lovely pictures of your garden, especially that one of the Prunus - totally gorgeous - so much happening too - I am sure the plants are confused this year - today was really mild and eventually the sun actually appeared just before dusk. I can't get used to it being dark by 5 p.m. can you. Hey ho - I guess it will get worse before it gets better. My bulbs think it is spring - no end are pushing through the soil - whatever next.ReplyDelete
Good morning Elaine,Delete
We are both positive....of course, there will be many hospital checks ahead but that is a good thing. For the moment, all is well.
Love the prunus.....there are so many blooms I am amazed, it looks so beautiful.
My garden is very confused. The old apple tree is still in leaf ?? I do not like mild winters......I do not think they are good for man or beast :) I hear we are going to have a harsh frost tonight.......
Your garden is flourishing during this fall. I pray that Mr P also flourishes as he heals. Love the arum. There are some in my garden too. I will have to look to see if it is coming up yet. Big hugs.ReplyDelete
The garden is flourishing a bit too much. Very unseasonal.......
Such beautiful bold leaves the Arum produces......... love this plant.
Tku re Mr P. We are doing ok.....be in touch.
So glad to hear that Mr. P has the worst behind him and is on the mend. I pray that the future holds nothing but positive news. So nice to see so many things still blooming in your garden! It warmed up here today and with the rain, my garden is mush:)ReplyDelete
Tku Rose........so kind. Lots of appointments ahead but if the news is positive each time, we know all is well. It is the not knowing that is difficult to cope with.Delete
Mush....don't you just hate it when that happens to a garden. Bet you are dreaming of Spring already :)
I had missed last post, but read it now. I am so glad you have your Mr. P. home again and I understand his prospects are bright, so we all hope it wil turn out fine again.ReplyDelete
We also have an unusual warm and sunny November here, the garden won't go to sleep and each day we see a flower here and there, it keeps us happy.
Thank you Janneke for your kind words....so much appreciated.Delete
My garden is definitely not sleeping.........I am hoping it will be soon.
Here's hoping Mr P is OK, a walk round your lovely garden would cheer anybody up...sill full of colour..ReplyDelete
Thank you on both counts Amanda xxxDelete
Glad to hear that Mr P is home and all is well. Stay positive, I'm sure it really does help. Your photos are lovely, it's strange to see summer flowers still blooming away amongst spring plants which are flowering early. I have a cowslip which is already blooming.ReplyDelete
Thank you Jo. We are taking it a day at a time.
Cowslip blooming ! I have native primula in bloom ! It is all a little crazy, isn't it ?
That photo of the fungi on the mossy branch is a real classic!ReplyDelete
Wishing Mr.P all the best. At least he and you now know the extent of the problem, which is a start.
I love that image.....moss and lichen are my thing :)Delete
thank you re Mr p.....yes indeed that we do. A day at a time.
What a lovely place your garden is. I imagine myself lingering there often. I'm still thinking positive thoughts for you and Mr. P.ReplyDelete
Thank you on both counts.........Delete
Positive thoughts are powerful and I thank you for yours,