Violets and pansies in windowboxes on the balcony.
Edelweiss in front of my custom-bred petunias.
Here’s the view from my balcony this afternoon.
Also, some views of my balcony garden.
And some more petunias about to bloom very soon:
The humble petunia: so much happiness in such a small, cheap, easy-to-grow package.
I like the nocturnal color palette.
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Today I’ve been invited to Brezice again to visit Ozara. They’ll be picking up trash along the road, and I will support them in this unglamorous but environmentally friendly task.
In the meantime, I leave you with one of my recent experiments in close-up floral photography. This one turned out fairly well in spite of my rotten little camera.
I loved primroses even before I knew what they were called. They aren’t native to the western U.S., so when I came to Europe I had never seen them before. The way they suddenly appear in the grass and turn it into what looks like a green and yellow Persian carpet is magical.
No time to post, but here are some spring flowers I saw yesterday.