Thursday, 3 July 2008

Whose that Girl?

Our village took part in the open garden scheme this weekend just gone and I thought that I would share some of the sights with you all. The weekend had two elements to it, one being the gardens themselves and the other was an exhibition of needlecraft, flower arranging and quilts in our church of St Anthonys. I will post those pictures in a few days.
In a previous blog I showed you the gate through which man person goes to work each day and Steph (www.curlewcountry.blogspot.com) was curious as to what was behind it...well here for your delectation is a peek!



There are 2 properties, one is the main house and the one below is a seperate cottage.

The stunning Rosa Rugosa that smells totally divine.

At the furthest end of the garden is the lake, which is quite stunning in the sunshine and full of fish, and the most gorgeous of water lillies.




It even has it's own island in the middle. The perfect spot for a picnic!

A very productive vegetable plot, bursting with lovely goodies.

Two days meant two different outfits apparently!


A veritable feast of home made goodies, the scones being my contribution.

It was two wonderful warm sunny days and a good time was had by all.

6 comments:

Sal said...

Hi there..what lovely pics!!;-)

Miss sew n sew said...

Oh wow what a pretty place, I love your little girls dresses she looks beautiful I hope Emily will still want to dress in pretty dresses when she's older! MMmm your homemade scones sound good too!
Sarahx

Marja Kristiina said...

Absolutely lovely!!! Beautiful scenery and flora, most beautiful girl!

Take care, dear Dev & family!

anu said...

Oh my...soooo incredible beautiful place!so many nice little places and all those different flowers and trees!!!My own garden is so mmm how i should i say,it's like one plant in here and one in other place and i don't have any "secred" little places in my garden but maybe in a few years there will be!

Henna said...

Hello!

What a lovely place! I wish I had a garden like that!

Enjoy the summer!

/ Anne

Curlew Country said...

Oh my word! Truly the Secret Garden and exactly what should be there, how perfect that it is! What an amazing place Dev, I'm in awe. Thanks so much for sharing these lovley pictures. It's the Open Gardens in our village this weekend and I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a beautiful day. Not sure ours has anything as stunning as this though - outstanding.
Stephx