Friday, July 6, 2012

Garden Festival!

 This garden called "Reflections"won 1st prize,that is my reflection at the end of the rectangle taking the pic,I am in a pink jacket!


 Lots of this type of statuary visible on a few gardens,added to the overall feel of the show gardens!




 Sister Peggy was involved with her fellow allotmenteers in developing this garden showing how to grow your own veg,and how to have happy hens laying regularly too.

 A crafty pair of owls!
 Angela who provided everyone with a nice cuppa on the day,suitably dressed in her floral wellies and apron!


 Sister Peggy advising and answering questions on having your own allotment,her blog www.organicgrowing pains.blogspot.com tells of the highs and lows of same!


4 comments:

  1. When I stepped into the showroom, I felt like I was in Provence.
    The scent of lavender and the sound of running water from the antique limestone fountain along with the incredible selection of French garden antiques were really impressive. If you are looking for very large garden ornaments, French planters, etc. this is the showroom to visit. A total of 15,000 square feet of the most incredible French garden antiques, French limestone fountains, fireplace mantels and the most selective collection of planters from France with immediate availability. Each piece feels real, the atmosphere is so calming and rural. A true and unique gem to be found in West Palm Beach! Their website is www.authenticprovence.com

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  2. Were the owls alive? It all looks very beautiful. Many gardens around here have a 'fried' look. Thanks for taking us along.

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    1. Hi c.Joy!,yes they were very much alive,I think the handler brought them in to let the younger visitors see them up close and personal!They seemed quiet enough!

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  3. I feel like I walked through this beautiful garden with you. Lovely photos.

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