Here Comes Summer #11




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    1. Heyjude says:

      Thank you and all from South Africa!

  1. Showing them at their best!

    1. Heyjude says:

      So many different varieties now and I want them ALL!

      1. Me too. Let’s start a collection.

  2. suej says:

    Beautiful, cheerful images, Jude 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      Thanks Sue. It feels as though summer has suddenly disappeared down the plug-hole 😦 Decidedly chilly today. What happened to red-hot August? Or is that another myth from my childhood?

      1. suej says:

        Red hot August was definitely a childhood myth….chilly round here as well. I am told it’s to get warmer next week….pigs might fly, but I’ll live in hope!

        1. Heyjude says:

          I don’t understand why they don’t move the school summer holidays. It would make more sense to be on holiday during June/July around the summer solstice. Now it’s like April!

        2. suej says:

          Good point, except I’m happy not holidaying with the hoards in June!!

        3. Heyjude says:

          Good point 😉

        4. suej says:

          ‘orrible, aren’t I!

  3. What diversity of colours and shapes: my pelargonium experience in the gardens of my Australian youth was obviously very limited. I think some of the civic plantings in Warsaw were pelargoniums this summer.

    It must be nearly “there goes summer”, and I now understand, thanks to my Polish experiences, how bleak a prospect that can be in the northern hemisphere.

    1. Heyjude says:

      Yup. Last one next week 😦
      But autumn can be spectacular 🙂

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