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Monday, 11 October 2010

new tree




Today was another glorious day, sunny with wall to wall blue sky. I am still picking flowers from the garden, even roses are still showing off, specially the red "Dublin Bay". But even the less robust, pink "Queen of Sweden" still has a lot of promise.











We drove to the garden centre to buy a new tree for our garden, a crab apple. We had seen one not long ago, Malus "Pink Glow", and felt that we just have to have on in our garden. The fruit is a beautiful red, larger then most crab apples, with a very strong fragrance. It should be delivered in next couple of days.


Later the postman brought the latest issue of my patchwork & quilting magazine. 


All in all, not a bad day!


8 comments:

  1. Such lovely weather, im really enjoying it too.....love your flowers...the mag looks good too.

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  2. Radka, the roses look beautiful. I'm sure also that the Crab Apple will thrive under your care. It's looks a beauty!! I love the look of that magazine. I have never seen or heard of it here. How long has it been going?? Happy stitching, and hope the weather won't feel too chilly too quickly.

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  3. Beautiful flower Radka, love them very much, flowers always make my day..
    Hope you would like to pay a visit to me at

    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/

    And enjoyed too, you are stitcher and I would love to hear from you on my newest post
    Love

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  4. Just found your blog. You have indeed a lot of wonderful pictures! I can see you make the Christmas Bom like myself. I've made one of the stitcheries and the middle block. And when I read your profile about the Gemini, I had a big laugh, being a Gemini myself!

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  5. Radka thanks for lovely comment on my journal. That Dublin Bay is gorgeous - we have it growing all over a high entrance fence in our garden and it is just forming buds now. Will post more rose pics as they bloom.
    x Suzy

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  6. Thanks for coming by today! Your flowers are beautiful. I love love love roses!
    Wow...I've never seen that magazine before! And here I thought I've seen them all.
    Have a sweet day.

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  7. You will be very happy with your crab apple when it arrives/ We have one called gorgeous and it will be stunning when it gets a whole lot older. Your quilt looks gorgeous too and I love the colours and prints that you have used. Then the places that you have to visit - just stunning!

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