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Monday, June 03, 2013

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Gracie

I'd kill to live in a place like this...

Weaversjournal.wordpress.com

A very enjoyable tour in words and pics of a wonderful garden. Thanks Roz, almost felt I was wandering along with you!

Maria Moutsiou

Wonderful pictures, what a beautiful garden! I was wondering if it is professionally attended or the home/garden owner puts a lot of effort for this result.

Lorrie

What a wonderful place to visit. Lots of inspiration and ideas there - I like the batten obelisk. And I'd love, as any gardener, to learn the secret of no weeds!

Jamie

Love the duck house! Love everything, really. :)

Margaret Lambert

What an astonishing amount of money can be raised with inexpensive tickets to gardens! It certainly is a win, from any point of view.
I absolutely adore the duck pond, and their "house". Absolutely delightful. And the view of the vicar's church, through the trees. It's all a treat to see.

Mad Englishwoman and Dog

Lovely pictures. I knew something was wrong with the tubs on the steps but didn't know what - so grateful for your artistic expertise!

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