Lovely photos, Ewa; I like the stones nestled up t the sempervivums, and the light on that ivy is just glorious. You've reminded me I must bring in the succulents and replant them for the winter (the ones that aren't hardy) because frost is coming soon.
I have also various sempervivums (and I like them too!) and your post just reminds me to take them to a safer place, as snow is forecasted for tomorrow. There will be a lot of work to take all the pots to their winterplaces... Hope you can still enjoy some more golden October days in Poland!Wishing you a happy weekend!Barbara
I am just looking at the window and shivering since morning. It was raining first, now it's rain and snow together and it is only 4C. It looks like all pots have to get with highway speed to safe place :)greetings,
your sempervivum are very exotic looking ... i like the colors and the way you have mixed them with the stones. it's hard for me to even imagine what it must be like to garden inn such cold weather. just today i worked in my garden for over 4 hours and i was drenched with perspiration from the 88 degree humidity.
Beautiful light, I like Sempervivum.
It seems we have some similar tastes in both gardening and blogging. I like this blog, and I've also bookmarked it.
The Sempervivum`s looks great in the pot, together with the stones. :)The light on the Ivy is just beautiful! :)Bright.Wishing you a nice Saturday.Hugs.
Two of my absolute favorites Hedera and Sempervivum, they are so durable. lol Tyra in Vaxholm
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