The Sicilian Garden

This post isn’t anything too amazing; it’s just a few photos of my favourite plants in my garden in Sicily.

OK, actually it is fairly amazing that I never killed them! There are strelizia from our neighbour’s garden, roses, pink bougainvillea, money plants and lots of other succulents taken as cuttings from friends’ gardens, aloes, and a yellow carpobrotus which we grew from a cutting of a plant growing out of the sand on a beach.

I do miss them….

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Ellen Hawley says:

    Wow. And I thought what we can grow in Cornwall is lush.

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  2. Beautiful! It reminds me of the prickly pear honey I bought from a vendor on Mt. Etna. So delicioso. I also bought the liquor “Fuoco di Etna” which lives up to its name. We have bees and prickly pear here on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, but somehow it wouldn’t be the same…….

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  3. Oh, it looks so HOT! And I am so not.
    Lovely flowers.

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  4. AnnMarie says:

    Beautiful

    Sent from my iPhone

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  5. Marian Raccuglia says:

    I love your garden – I wish I had those plants (I’m whining)

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  6. You’re making me nostalgic!

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  7. vineyardlaborer says:

    io non capisco Veronica. I do not understand why you say you miss them?

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    1. VDG says:

      I miss them because I am living in England now.

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