Fun mugs seen on an impromptu visit to Liberty's this week.
Blossom in the park, during the Spring Fair a couple of weeks back.
Freebie magazine and some brand new books in the local library. The Bowler's Meatball Cookbook is pretty good, includes sauces & dips and a range of fish and vegetarian options which I am hoping to take my pick from soon.
Some colour in the garden, at last.
A coat of paint on the garden bench.
And finally a resuscitated plant, which seemed to be on its last legs last year.
Who said I didn't have green fingers?
I love the colour of your bench.....gardens looking good! :) xReplyDelete
I do like the colour of your newly painted garden bench, its the perfect colour against the planting.P.S. your revived plant looks good too, is it a saxifrage?ReplyDelete
Haven't a clue, donkey years old. It was in a large pot all dead in the middle and I heard you could cut the live area out and re-pot. Worked a dream, considering how cold winter has been.Delete
Lovely photos! It's so nice to see colour in the garden, isn't it - and you have some great plants that look very healthy. Like the sound of the Bowler's Meatballs.... AxxxReplyDelete
Thank you. When it comes to colour, my garden is pretty minimalist. Just lots of green really.Delete
Loving the colour of that bench and interested to know about the Cherry Menlove book as just been reading about her.ReplyDelete
Of the two books the meatball one is a keeper, but if I were to buy another cookbook or mug there may be a few raised eyebrows round here.Delete
~ Ooh delightful mugs, being a BIG fan of Mary Poppins I think they are lovely! I must pop into our library, LOVE the cookery books.....~ Happy Sunday to YOU! Love Maria xReplyDelete
Hope your Sunday was good too.Delete
Meatball book looks very interesting. Would suit my kids and John! JuliexReplyDelete
Beautiful blooms and the bench is a gorgeous colour. xReplyDelete
Loved seeing the flowers, such a treat.ReplyDelete
I would like to own each own of those mugs.
I wish I had green fingers but sadly they seem to unintentionally kill most things. I even nearly killed my poor ivy! (she's making a good recovery though!)ReplyDelete
Lovely summery pictures, I like the colour of the garden bench.ReplyDelete
I love it when plants come back from the dead. Obviously that's why I leave all the dodgy looking articles in my borders (not me being slapdash, honest).ReplyDelete
I love those mugs - now I have a hankering to make something Mary Poppinsy!ReplyDelete