Saturday, 11 July 2009

HAMPTON COURT TWO

Where would we be without all the lovely Nurseries? These are just a small selection but such wonderful displays and much food for thought.














I hope you enjoyed seeing these, I certainly enjoyed my trip to Hampton Court RHS show. If you click on the picture they should go bigger.
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11 comments:

  1. It's like all my Christmas's have come together.

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  2. You must have got there early to get photos of the stands with hardly anyone in.

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  3. Lovely pictures and thank you for taking me to Hampton Court through your blog! Wanted to get there, but just couldn't make it!

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  4. I certainly enjoyed the tour! Wish I could pick up a few of their plants for my garden.
    Thank you,
    Carolyn

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  5. Wonderful photos, I would hate to go though, far too much temptation!

    Amongst all those photos somewhere I spotted my mystery plant! :) Oh I can't wait for mine to open!!!

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  6. Lovely pic's, I am so glad you took these ones as I didn't so it's nice to see them again.
    Did you buy anything ?? silly question really I bet you did !!

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  7. Very impressive nursery! I love just strolling around them and look at everything - only problem is that when I do I that I end buying stuff I didn't need. -Jackie

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  8. Thanks for all your comments. It was a priviledge to go to such a wonderful show but I wish I had chance to get my head around my new camera first.
    Liz I suspect your mystery plant is going to be lovely if it is the one I think I lost my original during the snow but have some baby seedlings in the greenhouse.
    Maureen I wondered who would ask. I find that when faced with such a choice I tend to end up not buying anything. It's what I take away in my mind that counts ideas for a later day. At present I am struggling to find room for what I have grown.

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  9. Thanks for the tour Joanne - some absolutely beautiful displays. Those alliums look breathtaking !

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  10. elephant's eye8 August 2009 at 11:30

    I wish I could have bought that metal "thistle" water feature I posted - but we can't bring that home on the plane. They even impounded our apples at Cape Town airport, due to fears of plant disease/pests.

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  11. Elephant's Eye8 August 2009 at 11:32

    PS I loved Jekka's Herbs. I even got to talk to Jekka herself!

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