Noah takes a bath in the sea of light together with little frogy.
The time between August and September is one of my favorite. I love the warm light and colors. Noah thinks it's time to have another walk through the Gwundergarten in the morning light. Will you follow us?
Between Summer and...
... fall. I know, one should cut off the fruits of the fuchsia so that more flowers can appear... but I'm really not good in things that one should do :o).
In this time of year the roses too bloom again in their full glory. This is the rose Grace from David Austin.
The Japanese Anemone are all in flower. They grow in my garden like weed, but lovely weed :o)... they look so sweet that I only try to keep them a bit at place so that other things too can grow there.
They seem to have their own little sun in the middle of the flower.
Rose "Schneeflocke" is kissed awake too by the sun.
The Rose Wilde Eve had a little guest over night. Well, if I were a caterpillar I would of course too look out for a place to stay over night where it smelled like in heaven, where I get breakfast served in bed and where the bed is as soft as on this rose.
Now we passed the rabbit warren and you can see why I'm that happy... Gandalf is feeling better. He and his mate Emma were now in the outside enclosure again, after...
... I changed the whole bark mulch and torn out every plant growing inside of it, like little maples etc.. I guess that he had eaten something that didn't become him good. If he get ill again (and I'm sure that won't be long) I'm going to see a Vet who is specialized to bunnies and maybe we will finally get to know what does always bothering his stomach.
But now back to our morning walk in the Sea of Light.
Uuuuh, Noah said I should do some morning gymnastic too... the tree beside him is still free.
Oh, dear, when I look at your very concentrated and slightly tense face I better leave it :o).
Hydrangea Star Dust... I only planted it this spring but I'm already fond of it. What flowers!
Hydrangea Lime Light.
Princess Anne... its fragrance is fantastic.
And that's the whole shrub.
My absolutely adored Hydrangea is the Oak leaf one. Sorry, I have to show you picture of it again and again :o).
And at the end I show you a bit fall decoration at our entrance. Please just ignore the bux tree behind who is completely occupied by the box tree moth. I ignore it too :o).
Now I'm exhausted from the walk and need immediately a cup of coffee... just here and just now. Have a nice week in a Sea of Light.