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A joy to behold.

Someone who finds bliss when her garden is in full bloom… that’s me. My name is Rosie and my passion is gardening.

Wouldn’t it be lovely if I could have a circle of friends from all around the world who visit my blog to share their love of gardening with me… I live in the tropics and have lately had the good fortune to have loads of free time to spend on my garden. When I travel, I make it a point to visit as many gardens as I can. I am not exactly a novice gardener as I have been gardening as a hobby for the past 20 years,  albeit on and off.  I love reading books and magazines on gardening where I get the inspiration and ideas for my garden and backyard projects. I would  love to get your feedback on my projects…anytime.

This is definitely going to be a fine romance,  here on my blog. I can feel a tingling in my bones!

How much the making of a garden, no matter how small, adds to the joy of living, only those who practice the arts and the science can know.
E. H. Wilson

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Posted September 12, 2010 by mygardenhaven1

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  1. Congratulations on the start of this blog. Happy Blogging!

  2. You know Autumn Belle, I believe this could be the start of something good as Sinatra would put it. I have so much to learn and am sure I will be totally engulfed in blogging in no time at all. A toast to our new blotanic relationship 🙂

  3. Rosie!

    I sent you an email with the task of today, please check it and send me an email of recieved. Hope you like it, there were more technical suggestions because I think you’re going great!

    Smile!

  4. Welcome to blogging and being a passionate gardener and garden lover is a really good thing in my humble opinion.

  5. Hi Tina,
    Thanks. You are obviously one of the reasons I began on this garden-blogging adventure – I’ve found another kindred spirit!
    Welcome to my blog.
    Rosie

  6. Gardens + photography + blogging = fun! A great mixture, I totally agree. But here in Seattle the garden is mostly sleeping now, more’s the pity. Visiting others in the world is a great help for those who want to be sitting on the warm ground, pulling a weed or two.

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