what a beautifully vivid post! I love the dew diamonds and the bit about not being able to tell the difference between carrots & dill... so true!
Very refreshing... Looking at all those mint leaves, rain drops, fresh mpale leaves is like a relaxing therapy. The very sight of it refreshes me.
Your garden looks beautiful and your husband must be an angel to cut down all those trees and build that fence. I love the design. Most nowadays string barbed wire where I live. I would dearly love a fence like that. I got my first blueberries this year - a pint. Just enough for a small tart but it is going to taste wonderful.
As always your photos are gorgeous. I too am growing mint for mohitos this year.I love the fence, so natural and in keeping with the grounds.
Show some more pictures of that split rail fence, looks great ! How far does it go ? Just bordering an area ? Thanks, Gina
Beautiful! I LOVE Peonies!
What pretty pictures! Carla
That farm of yours is ever so lovely. All the more for the goat to miss.
You can just fall in love with peonies, can't you?! How divine they are.... and they always remind me that it's wedding season!
Lovely post! What fabulous photos:)
I don't think there's anything I adore more than peonies!
I am in awe of the beauty that surrounds you on a daily basis. So natural. So peaceful. I love how you captured the rain drops. And your flowers, wow! Ok, so when are the mojitos? I'm thirsty :)
Those peonies look so lovely...and the split rail fence has such charm...love your images.
Congrats for your lovely blog. I like to see your pics and imagine your country life...xxMela
H, I can't wait to come out for a visit. the fence is looking fantastic. What a huge change! Well done to you and Kevin. By the way, love those "dew diamonds".
All gorgeous, we have a mad buttercup explosion here too!Sarah x
You got me at "bloody hell" over at Chania's blog Razmataz.....I had to come over to visit....I am gonna go take a look around..looks fun.
I LoVe your photos today!!!!! My mock orange and peonies are still just thinking about coming out! It's been a little too cold and not enough sun - can't wait!
Gorgeous photos. You have made yourself such a beautiful space to grow such pretty blooms.
White peonies... I'm so envious! Beautiful pics Heather.
Your farm is such a lovely place as seen through your eyes... Some day, I will have to come see it in person, for I am certain it will be just as beautiful when I see it with my own two eyes.xoox,-maria
My mint went nuts as well. I actually do a mint & cilantro dressing. Garlic, olive oil, champagne vinegar or lime juice, cracked pepper & zoom with immersion blender. Yummy as a marinade too!!!Served with mojitos too!!!
There is nothing like the aroma of "Mock Orange" after an evening rain...Ahhh...Smile on Rosie
Your garden is absolutely amazing...so wish your farm was closer...how I'd love to visit Missing Goat farm...and I love that your hubby and neighbor are using what's on the land to build a fence...it looks like a piece of art.
such a gorgeous blog! your photos are justlovely, and i adore the robin's egg bluepaint!
Your new cedar fence is so COOL Heather! And I'm always loving your photos. :-)Victoria @ DesignTies
OH OH OH - your bathroom! The blue and the white and the Buddha! Instant karma! I love your style. Alison
How gorgeous! I just found your blog & am completely smitten with it, your home & your styling! It's all too beautiful for words!
Lovely photos! I just stumbled upon your blog recently and I'm enjoying it very much. :)
Such fantastic photos, so full of happiness!
Another blissful browse through your nature inspired posts! Your photographs of flowers and dew are beautiful. I am impressed by the log handiwork and the end result is something else. I can almost smell the scent of the flowers. Alison
What a lovely blog. Wonderful to have stumbled upon it. From one Organic Farmer on one side of the hemisphere to another - have a happy day!xx AmyTotally jealous of your blueberries and peonies.
What beautiful flowers-the herbs look lovely.
Your photos are phenomenal! I didn't realize carrots that closely resemble dill! You can imagine then how long it's been since I planted either. I'd love to live out there!Brenda
Gorgeous photos! New to your blog...cannot wait to explore.
...oh my goodness ...so in love with your fence!
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