Monday, 29 June 2009

Crowded House

In my garden there is a magic tree...


Every evening I pick all the flowers


And every morning, there are just as many again !


I am running out of space to put them.





16 comments:

Diane said...

My Sweet Pea's have just started to flower. They smell so lovely. xx

Adam said...

I am very jealous, because our sweet peas are RUBBISH! The first flower bud is just starting to open. I hope they'll perk up now.

Dragonfly said...

My sweetpeas are just about to flower - I can't wait to pick them!

driftwood said...

in my garden there is a sad little stalk where the slugs ate my magic tree.. next year......... xox

Miss T said...

I want a stewards enquiry...ours are tiny...

More than happy to take some off your hands :-)

Wendy said...

Sweet Pea's are a childhood memory from my grandma house....for may years they also grew wild out by my mailbox.... unfortunately they vanished with help from a neighbor... Thanks for the beautiful pictures...

Berlin Deluxxe said...

i LOVE all the magic going on in your garded :)

Joleo said...

Sweet peas are so magical - that's the sort of thing that makes me want a garden again (I've discovered they don't do so well in pots...)

Tracy said...

Your sweet peas are glorious, Julia...pure magic! :o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

Limecat said...

Oooooooooh!

(whenever I visit your blog I invariably leave a message which goes along the lines of oooooooh or aaaaah! Apologies for being so predictable!).

Fancy Elastic said...

I my goodness... that sounds like a nightmare!

x

Billie Jane said...

I tried to grow sweet peas once and absolutely nothing came of it at all... well a few straggly bits of green is all. You have made me think I should have another go!

The Coffee Lady said...

I want a magic tree!

Moogsmum said...

Oooh lovely - I can almost smell them from here!

xxx

dottycookie said...

I love sweet peas. I wish mine would get their act together or they'll all be flowering while we're on holiday (as per usual!!!)

peppermintpatcher said...

What a terrible problem to have...