Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Just some pics.

Well I'm sick! Jamie has been sick for a couple of days and I thought I had given him food poisoning...whoops. It seems however that it may have just been a bug because I came down with it last night. We will be going to my brothers engagement party on the weekend so that gives us a bit of time to get back to normal! As I was feeling unwell I thought I needed some fresh air so I popped outside. Everything looked so fresh that I felt better just by having a wonder.This climbing rose has only been in twelve months and the sheep gave it a pretty good trim so I wasn't expecting much in the way of flowers but it has really performed well.

It's a pity I don't eat artichokes cause there is no stopping them!
This plant (not sure what it's called) is just inside the gate and is covered in bees. The noise is quite loud with all the buzzing!

9 comments:

Ali said...

Sorry to hear that you're unwell ~ hope you're feeling much better soon :)

your photos are great ~ I've never seen artichokes growing before...

Jill said...

Kirsty, I hope you are feeling better, I always look forward to reading your posts. I have tagged you for a meme, for details check my post!

Jill said...

ps your garden looks great!

Jackie said...

Hi Kirst, I think your blue flowered plant is called an elephant's trunk. I have one in my garden too!!

Woody said...

Great pics Kristy..

Polly said...

Yours pics are lovely Kirsty, especially the rose. All those lovely artichokes going to waste!!! We've got six plants and we've been eating artichokes constantly. Have to admit we're getting a bit sick of them now and we might just let them flower.

I hope you are both feeling well for the party.

Jayne said...

Echium (?sp) is your bee covered plant,it's often called the bee plant LOL.
Great blog,just discovered it today.
Love the photos.

Susan said...

Lovely pics and your garden looks so full of colour and life!

Jodie said...

The plant with the blue flowers is called Echium another name is Vipers bugloss.