I’ve been on a cruise in the Mediterranean for three weeks, so my SOS will be featuring gardens in a different village for the next several weeks……………
This is the village of Bormes des Mimosas, near the the Port of Toulon, in France. It is a favorite spot for artists because of the soft color and light. The cobbled, winding, narrow streets are lined with oleander, mimosa, chamomile and eucalyptus trees and there are pots of flowers on every windowsill. Enjoy!
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I recognize plumbago and geranium, but what is the huge “billowing” flower spilling over a balcony? Looks very much like bougainvillea? These scenes are breathtaking, Cady!
What a fabulous adventure, and wonderful gardens. Love this.
All looking very beautiful!
You had a very lovely trip, from the look of things! I’ll check back for more next week.
What a gorgeous place! The begonia with the spiky green is a lovely combination.