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July 17, 2019


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I dream of Sweet Peas here but they are really struggling. Maybe neXT year will be better.


HI Lucy, from the other side of the world, Australia. We are in the middle of winter over here, and having the worst drought ever. I loved reading today's post, seeing all those happy flowers and ALL that GREEN GRASS! It was so refreshing. And those beautiful colours - they simply make my heart sing. As to your last post, it's reassuring to know we all get worn down and it really is carthetic to just get it out onto the page. It's like admitting it, then you can move on. Enjoy those beautiful sweet peas. I planted some last St Patrick's day, so hopefully they survive and bloom. Here's crossing fingers! xo


I went to Harlow Carr some years ago and they also had a wild flower meadow.. beautiful.
Not sure about the sweet pea exhibits, but the displays in the gardens look fab.
Lovely post, thank you


I AM going to make a sweet pea blanket. Such a joy! Thank you Lucy for taking us along with you and for the happiness you provide. xxx

Lynne Kellow

The flowers you didn't know the name of are Candelabra Primulas. They have just shown them on Gardeners World from Harlow Carr.

Leah Lynch

You share your musings and ramblings so wonderfully! You make me feel like I'm just there. I could smell the Sweet Peas in your photos! I ALWAYS feel better after your posts!


I have never smelled sweet peas before but your description makes me really want to! Your passion and energy for your projects come right through the screen!


What a beautiful post! I really ought to try growing sweet peas myself; they are such a delight. I'm so glad that little B (is it really possible he is that old?!?) is still delighting in the joys of a good playground. Sometimes I think youngest children end up growing up a bit fast because of their older siblings, but it is lovely to hear he's making the most of play <3

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