A look at what interests me and keeps me sane in rural West Wales.
What a stunning garden. Beautiful!I love the tumbling flowers in the fonts and urns. Amazing deep blue delphiniums too.
This is a lovely photo garden tour.And, you have earned the right to be tired!
DW - you and D would LOVE it - treat yourself to a day out! I grew just ONE of the very dark blue Delphiniums (Black Knight is it?) this year along with a paler blue one, but would love oodles of them. Must grow from seed this summer for next year.MM - I took photos of so much because I want to use some of the ideas in my next garden. You'd have loved it too - tall yew hedges dividing the space at the back of the house up into long walks and little "rooms" each with a different colour theme. So very English a garden . . .
I'm back home from five weeks of travel and I'm so enjoying catching up on your blog! The photos are wonderful and, oh, how I'd love to see this in person!
Great photos and so definitely an English garden.