Friday, 11 November 2016

The last flowers in my garden..

12th November 2016

It is going to snow today but I think in the mountains where are are right now.  It is pity because I have some flowers in my garden and
 I must cover my roses to protect them before frost.






Raking leaves is a must before winter but I love doing it - it is a relax for me  and escape
 from city life.


My neighbour's house

13 comments:

  1. Good that you can still enjoy the last flowers before the snow comes. You have a big rose bush. Have a beautiful weekend!

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    1. Nancy the roses is a beautiful bush in June.

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  2. It is good to be in the garden away from city life. I hope your roses will be okay

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    1. Diane it depends on the winter if it sis severe it can damage some bushes

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  3. Why do you need to protect your roses? Don't they go dormant in winter?

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    1. Andrew you are right they go dormant but sometimnes the temperature is below zero for example -25 it can damage it,... Last years we did not any wintrers but who knows.... Here near mountains it can happen and what is more I cover a magnolia tree

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  4. Your garden is lovely. I am not a fan of raking though.

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    1. EC you have your garden every day but I visiot it once a month so I love working there..

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  5. Enjoy your break from the city!

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  6. I used to enjoy raking leaves... for about 10 minutes! After we were done, a big wind would blow in and more leaves would be shaken from the trees. It would take weeks to finally get the gardens mostly cleared.

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  7. It's nice that you can get out of the city and breathe that wonderful country air. I'd say the seasons move on and the flowers die off, but spring will soon be here! Enjoy every day.

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  8. Snow already brr Can't think of that right now. We start summer in two weeks although it is not that warm yet. Nice big garden you have

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