About

front-gardenWhy do we keep dreaming about our lovely garden?
Maybe because it is spectacular and has a fragrance to die for.

“Getting away” in our garden is relaxing, but be aware that gardens need our attention, like humans do.
Learn more about your favourite plants and their needs and become a master of the art of gardening.

Fast and fabulous tips and ideas will help you to decorate your garden in an unique style.
Bring new life to your garden!

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need”
Marcus Tullius Cicero

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  1. Pretty awesome pictures… Gardening looks like fun and work but rewarding. Too bad I don’t have any space for it. Any tips for someone who wants to garden but doesn’t have room for one ?
    Love faith

  2. Marvellous quote from Cicero. I think he (like you) would love the TBG — it has both gardens and library… Thanks for noticing my blog and liking that post.

  3. I’ve commented on your blog recently but wanted to comment here too. Your garden is gorgeous! I am really trying to get over my intimidation of gardening and just do it! I have to keep reminding myself I can move things around if I need to. I’ve started with a border around my deck and will go from there. Thanks for your past posts, will be checking back frequently.

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  5. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I am still trying to learn about Desert Gardening moving to the low desert of Arizona from Central New York in the the USA. Had great gardens in the east but struggling here in the west. Absolutely love your blog! I love gardening! Perfect quote by Cicero!

  6. I’m so glad you visited my blog. It gave me an opportunity to visit yours and I really enjoyed reading about the gardens and your travels. While my husband and I grow only roses and a few companion plants (love lavender), we’re looking to grow more perennials.

  7. Thank you for stopping by my blog! The house we have been living in for only 2 years has what could be a beautiful garden but it’s run wild for years and I don’t even know where to start to fix it. Lol

  8. I love your blog, lots of useful garden tips. I’ll be using your advice when I plant out my dahlias soon. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  9. That is a fantastic garden photo,
    Planning, planting and the anticipation waiting, watching and enjoying the results every step brings Joy.
    Nice quote by Marcus Cicero, in a nice warm climate like Roam that is all a vegetarian does needs._/\_

  10. Thanks for stopping by. Well, looking through your garden pics reminded me of the book “The Secret Garden”. Beautiful! πŸ™‚ Have a nice day! corina

  11. Glad you liked the post on spring bulbs. You have such wonderful photos on your blog as well as some interesting topics. I was intrigued by the “Amazing Cactus Garden”, having just enjoyed my own first cactus blooms (indoor plant).

  12. Thank you for visiting my blog. I am now following yours. Interesting that you are in Romania. I think my climate is a little harsher than yours but still manage to get something done. To my surprise and joy a lemon tree I just brought in bloomed yesterday. Now hand polinating!

  13. Thanks for stopping by and liking my Sicily post. I’m a big garden fan myself, so it’s great to find your blog. Just looked at your Gaudi and Barcelona post – now that really is something! One of my favourite places, so thanks for taking me back there

  14. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my recent post ‘A dead pubs crawl’. And thanks for the wonderful photography and vivd colours, bringing a little brightness into the lives of others.

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