I can see it all from above, am I flying…floating, sailing through air? It is nice, I like it, don’t wake me up.
Lovely December lights, daylight and candlelights, mild and warm. When the sun comes out in December it's a 'golden day' I just love it and I so understand the ancient people that worshiped the sun and Ra the sungod of Heliopolis.
I wonder if we will get any snow for Christmas?
We did have some wonderful winter days in November but since then it has been reallt mild and awfully dark outside. Look at my post from the 22th of November, those picture looked almost like the Christmas cards I use to send, that is precisely how I wish my garden to look like during the winter. Hello up there...I wish you to come back with my magical winter land.
'Kung Bore' our King of winter, come back and give as a winter cover thick and light as eiderdown!
Make my garden clean, quiet and glimmer with snow, please!
This book is amazing with almost 350 pages filled with goodies for a greenhouse fan like me. The photos are numerous and very beautiful.
Claus Dalby takes us with him to visit various greenhouses, small and large and even enormous ones. Old, stylish or contemporary, just a wonderful mix of greenhouses. We also and that a find especially interesting meet the wonderful people behind the gardens and greenhouses, the owners themselves. Claus also show us the surrounding hedges, small paths and fences around the greenhouses.
The second book is ‘Den levende haven’ (The Living Garden)
This is a more typical garden book about gardening of course, about plants, how to grow them and primarily a very inspiring book perfect for cold and dark winter evenings.
foto: from Klematis
In the beginning of the book you can follow Claus Dalby into his garden and Oh lala what a garden!
Hm...I just had to add a picture from my garden...it is from last spring.
The only negative things about these books are that when you finally are falling asleep then 350 pages on your face it is heavy stuff!