I’m thrilled to be able to introduce you to my friend, creative mentor and gardening guru, Roxane. She’s helping me out by being a guest blogger while I’m recovering.
Some things you need to know about Roxane. She’s absolutely one of the most vibrantly creative people I know. She’s a Master Seamstress (and makes her living manipulating fabric and thread), a generous hostess and a whiz with her camera. Her websites are Creative Clothing by Roxane, and Sewing the Titanic. Please take the time to visit.
Roxane has one of the most exuberant, welcoming gardens I have ever seen. Have a visit, why don’t you?
Part One of “In Roxane’s Garden”
Part Two of “In Roxane’s Garden”
Part Three of “In Roxane’s Garden”
Here are pictures of some of my garden flowers at different times of the summer.Azalea A coloured squash grew under the dahlias!Honeysuckle vine: Lonicera. Some of my hibiscus.Bouquet from my Stargazer lilies and carnations.Stamens of Tiger Lily. My woodland Cactus in flower. The biggest flowers there are as big as my hand.
And that’s it for today’s post! Tomorrow, there will be more beautiful photos of Roxane’s garden.
I’d really love to see your comments on the projects I do and the ideas I have. I learn more from critiques than praise, but, honestly, I adore praise (and who doesn’t?).
Thanks for stopping by.