An English Country Garden

I was goofing around in our garden the other day and was reminded how beautiful it is. So I took some pictures to share with you all - it really is beautiful at this time of year! Click on for pictures of the garden I'm lucky enough to call home:

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=26873&l=a9117&id=506487350

I hope you like it! And apologies for the fact I can't name the plants....

Love,
Cxx
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14 comments:

  1. Garden looks lovely. I'd pay to visit it.

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  2. That is YOUR garden? At YOUR home? Oh my gosh! I love it!

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  3. Oh my...just gorgeous! I'm a dork and can name lots of the flowers.

    Can I come & visit...or move in?

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  4. This where I have to point out that it's not my garden....it's my landlords. They are truly awesome horticulturists and the garden is their baby. But because I live in their little annex flat, I get to reap the benefits - beautiful views, fresh produce, and a dawn chorus each morning like you wouldn't believe!

    Cxx

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  5. Magnificent garden. I could lose myself in that all day.

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  6. That's not a garden, that's Paradise! Wow! When can I pop in for a visit?? ;)

    Also, has anyone ever told you that you look like a young Elizabeth Shue? Google her name and you'll see what I mean. :)

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  7. That is quite beautiful. There's a state park about a mile from my house that is sort of similar, but you have to pay to get in. What a great place to live.

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  8. That does look pretty stellar. I love being in green areas and the whole bit, however, I have nothing even close to a Green Thumb and tend to kill plants quickly. Your view would be great to sit, have a drink and zone out at the end of a day.

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  9. I'm going to browse through them some more, but they are gorgeous! I'm not used to seeing so much green :)

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  10. I think gardens are amazing. I don't have a green thumb, but I do appreciate plants.

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  11. Awhhh so beautiful! WOW that seems like a lot of green space in such a small country! You're so lucky!

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  12. oh my gosh ~ how absolutely stunning a garden!! i am awed :)

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  13. oh! i was pretty excited when i saw you had this post! i am over at your facebook looking right this minute....... several moment later.... i love how there are things like "The Main Lawn" (which is completely tranquil looking), "The Bower", a "paddock". oh how cute is that 'wee' flat! .....several more moments later.......and your neighbors....live in what looks like a country manor. is emma dog your girl? a horse family :) the view from your writing desk..what a beautiful storm moving in!

    now that was fun!! truly fun! thanks :)

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  14. What a gorgeous place to live! I love these photos.
    Thanks for your sweet comment on mine.

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