Hi Ewa, your garden looks like an oasis so peaceful, green and beautiful.Thank you for visiting. It is funny with those crassulas. My daughter ML has the same plant. ML took a cutting from mine.Hers is twice a year covered with those snowy star flowers. Mine flowered now the second time around. I don't know any more how long I had this plant, many years, never one flower. While hers flowered from the beginning. Mine is not a "lusty" one the flowers appear very sparingly. I hope yours does better and will give you lots of flowers. Give it lots of sun.
Your garden looks like Paradise to me - so lush and peaceful. It's amazing how moods change as soon as the sun comes out./Katarina
I think a wonder did happen. ;-) It's so nice when the sun finally comes out from behind those thick grey clouds, I know exactly what you mean about a big change of feeling then.
What a beautiful photo!
every once in a while, Mother Nature gives us one of those magical moments. As beautiful as the picture was, it probably can't compare to the actual view... Thank you for sharing it.
Titania,well... until last year, I have not seen crassula blooming - I had no idea it does bloom :) I was growing with crassula, but she never showed off. I will try with mine, by placing her on the sun again (crassula seems 'she' to me, maybe because one of the common names to cow is 'krasula'... ehe...)Katarina,That was magical, magical moment....Yolanda,It would be so different if sun would be in different place on the sky - 'moment' would be different too :)Claude,One sees if one has eyes open and want to see, right?
Ewa,I do believe that your photo is the best rain shot I've seen in forever!Gail
Your garden looks so lush. Did you have a rainbow? You can usually see one when the sun comes out and it is still raining.
I love this photo, Ewa!
Ewa: yours a very beautifully designed garden indeed!
Beautiful picture! It IS a good and almost magical feeling when seeing that a garden "awakes" after some rain and finally sun has come again.
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