Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Restoration of the Senses


"The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses." ~Hanna Rion
The Last post before the Computer gets unplugged. I will not be able to procrastinate and go on the internet for a while untill BT connects my broadband up.
I love these flowers from Harlow Carr.I hope the new garden will be full of healthy plants, singing birds, still waters, fruit tree's, and vegetables.
I want it to restore my senses and all the people who visit it, or see it vicariously on Snappys Gardens Blog. My winter project will be to reclaim the garden from the Brambles. Then to fill it with a myriad of plants, shrubs, and flowers.
I will miss my daily posting, as it is a cultivated habit now.I will have a weeks worth of New Garden news. Ideas for lots more blog posts, and questions to pose.
See you all in a weeks time!

7 comments:

Sue Swift said...

Hope you're settling in. Look forward to seeing what you do with the garden.
Sue

John Curtin said...

Snappy,

Hope all goes well with the move and good luck with getting the garden under control.

clairesgarden said...

happy new house!
hope the move is going smoothly. just about time to get some bulbs in a long as the ground hasn't fozen yet.

lisa said...

Funny that you're a procrastinator too....my motivation often comes from a "reduction of options" as well! ;-) Good luck with the move!

Vanillalotus said...

Congrats I can't wait to see what you will have in your garden now!

Salix Tree said...

Oh, how wonderful for you! To dig in your own dirt once again. I'm sure you're quite happy. It'll be good to read of your progress on the new and untamed garden.

snappy said...

Thanks Sue, John, Claire, Lisa, Vanillalotus, and Sylvia Salix Tree.
It was great to have all your comments in my email inbox yesterday in the Afternoon.
The garden has been renovated, the bulbs and plants planted.The weather is just about freezing now.
It was quite untamed as the photos show.I loved the dirt on my hands and the brambles scratches!