Today Hugh and I went to a Garden Festival in Feilding, about 20 minutes from home. Lots and lots of stalls, some in tents, others in huge marquees, plants, soaps, candles, brass items, bamboo pillows, stoneware pots and pans, nick-nacks, necklaces and bags, planters in stone concrete and pottery, cane baskets, and much more.
We came home with 7 stunning flax plants, I’m still deciding where they will go in the garden. The late afternoon sky had some clouds, in the West, and a sliver of a the moon in the East. Do you know, the same Moon shines in the North for all my friends up there, as it does down here. Just a small piece of unnecessary information for everyone !!!
Some PP on this, although the pine trees were already shining red and bright green in the late sunshine.
Three flax plants here, still in their planter bags, waiting to go in the garden, 4 more in another pottery bowl.
Quotation of the day, from Albert Camus
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."
Greetings from Jean