Sunday, August 4, 2013

Monsoon Moments : Pillows of green

Pillows of greenest moss soften the landscape now. Snuggling up to hard planes of wet stone, blurring boundaries and inviting touch.
How I wish I had a moss garden year-round!

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  1. Beautiful Sunita! Summer seems to have gone by early this year but we had some strong thunderstorms that evoked memories of these...

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  2. Send me some Sunita it is sooo hot here. I am burning up. We are in the midst of a drought in our supposed rainy season, very strange weather.

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    1. Poor you! Helen, I hope a good rainy spell catches up with you soon.
      We've been seeing some really strange weather patterns here too. Very tough on everyone! :(

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  3. So lush and fresh! What beautiful garden!

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    1. Thank you, Maria. It's all thanks to our monsoon season :)

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  4. Lovely photo. The green of the moss is such a rich tone.

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    1. I know, I love the look of fresh green moss! So very refreshing :)

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  5. I have just returned from a surfeit of moss and everything green...and I crave more.

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    1. Hi Usha, how I envy you! Okay, you want more, you got it :)

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  6. Hi Sunita, I stumbled across your blog by accident, as I too have a blog called The Urban Gardener. However, I'm literally half a world away from you, on the east coast of the United States. I think my readers would love to hear from an urban gardener in India! Would you like to exchange guest blog posts? All best, Anne

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    1. Hello Anne, from one Urban Gardener to another ... it's lovely to hear from you. I think I'll just hop over and visit your blog now. Thanks for stopping by, Anne!

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