Friday, 30 May 2014

MAY IN THE GARDEN































There is no need for words, the photos say it all, it's just a shame you can't enjoy the smell of the roses.

The last photo is a birds eye view, a rare opportunity, taken from the top of scaffolding on the side of the house.

8 comments:

  1. Your garden is stunning Joanne. I'm in the process of reviving a very old, neglected and weed infested garden and my aim is to create a cottage garden too. Lovely post, thanks for sharing. Elizabeth

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  2. Joanne, I always liked your garden! Thank you for these beautiful spring pictures! I love the geometry of your garden, the paths, the bench, the plant supports, young trees ... everything! Have a great June!

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  3. I just love it Joanne , would love to see it all , I can feel the smells already

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  4. Nice to see more pics of your lovely garden! Trees are becoming green now where I live... :) Hope you don´t mind but Im giving you a link to an old blog about a Vicars house garden. The blog is not active anymore I think but the pictures are very nice.
    http://bakomhacken.blogspot.se/ The title is Behind the hedge
    Gods peace
    Ann-sofie

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  5. Hi Joanne,
    Thanks for the stroll through your garden, brings back memories and scents are amongst those memories!
    Is that Mike hiding behind the newspaper?

    Alison

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    1. Hi Alison Glad you enjoyed the stroll yes Mike resting with the paper but it was an opportunity not to miss - still lots more to post but where is the time?

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  6. Hi Alison I am pleased you enjoyed the stroll - Yes Mike having a rest reading the paper. Lots more to post but where is the time?

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