What a BEAUTIFUL site!! I'm not normally one who covets, but this presents quite the temptation to do so! I want to move to Norway now! (Especially since it is so hot here in the south U.S.)BTW, I have to tell y'all that this is a great time of year to find l0cent packages of flower and vegetable seeds at most drug stores. I just picked up a good supply and will use some in my fall/winter garden.Mrs. L.
P.S. Mel Bartholomew (Square Foot Gardening) says seeds will keep for years if they are stored in a cool, dark place. Oops - That's 10-cent packages. Mrs. L.
I must admit that blogs don't keep me from magazines. While this is a lovely site, it is not the same as curling up with a pretty magazine to peruse at my leisure with a nice cup of tea or cold drink. Magazines are my weakness. If I find I really like one I do get a subscription, however. I do feel quilty when I pay newstand prices.
What a beautiful blog! How do you find such treasures?
Gorgeous! I am always in awe of how our Scandinavian sisters do so much with such a short growing season. They treasure their long, sunny summer days-into-nights and their gardens are heavenly.Did you see, if you scroll down, it's translated very nicely into English? Thanks for the link!
I used to live in Norway. The summers are so beautiful there. My bedroom window overlooked a fjord. *sigh* I never loved living there because we moved there in the middle of my junior year of high school, but when I look around at the blah North Texas landscape and feel the oppressive heat, it does make me a little wistful for our home in Norway.
This doesn't have to do with gardening but the Norway reference reminded me of this swedish blog that I think you would enjoy. http://www.chezlarsson.typepad.com/I discovered it last month and was incredibly impressed. Have you seen it before? It reminded me a bit of you.And it is in English!
Well over here in Norway I am afraid we have been sweltering away at 35'C for a while now...although today, at last, the rain has come. Our gardens are very thirsty! Gill
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