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0 thoughts on “99. How Does Your Garden Grow?”

  1. Ah, so funny seeing pics of my garden that I haven’t taken! I like it 🙂 Most of that frogspawn has been eaten by the fish I think! But the toadspawn is still plentiful (can’t taste as nice!). It was lovely seeing you again, and I’m so pleased you had some good weather and lots of nice trips out and about – now rest that ankle and edit all your photo’s I can’t wait to see them all xxx

  2. Gorgeous garden, so much colour!
    Sorry about the ankle, but looks as though it didn’t hamper your garden exploring

  3. Wow, that Wisteria is impressive, there’s hardly any around here yet! Glad to hear your ankle didn’t ruin your break away and nice of Emma to make you lots of tea. That yurt photo is making me long for another yurt adventure. Lovely Spring light you’ve captured 🙂

  4. I can’t get over the amount of Primroses there were down there ……..fantastic ! Weather couldn’t have been better , and the Yurts , fantastic !

  5. I know that feeling! Unexpectedness pictures of oneself coming out of the feed shed are somewhat surprising too 😉

  6. Thanks for linking me up, Annie – with everything crossed I am currently back in the land of internet so will hopefully be commenting on other HDYGG posts over the next few days! I love all your photos (as ever) but especially the wild flower shots … they make me feel less guilty for the weeds and have reminded me that I need to go and check that the goose-grass isn’t starting to take over the bottom hedge in the veg patch. At least this year I have something that apparently likes eating it – the otherwise super fussy goat, Maddie.

  7. these photos….. so amazing! i love the first one so much! i was totally envious of your time there through instagram. it looks like you had a wonderful stay. hope your mom did too. xx

  8. Ah, lovely wisteria – and wow what colours, and so early too (or it seems that way anyway) – looks like you had a great time Yurting (ankle apart – and hope that heals quickly) – thanks for hosting and woohoo to a new badge x

  9. Hope your ankle heals soon. The cupid blowing his horn is fab, he looks like he is about to stamp his feet in a temper. I love the neat planting of flowers to form blocks of colour, my own style is slightly more haphazard! x

  10. Oh Hestercombe looks like my kind of place with all the gothic bits and that Wisteria is divine. I want that little cherub fellow in my garden! Glad you had a lovely break xx

  11. Oh Hestercombe looks like my kind of place with all the gothic bits and that Wisteria is divine. I want that little cherub fellow in my garden! Glad you had a lovely break xx

  12. Please don’t apologise for being late. I would have stayed on an extra day or two! The primroses on the stone steps are my favourite. Is it a good year for primroses as I week to be seeing them everywhere. Gorgeous. Thanks for the Link-up Annie it’s one of my favourites. 🙂 Clare x

  13. hope your ankle is better! glad you all had such a nice family get away and that you were able to take photos of all the lovely little flowers despite your ouchy ankle.

  14. Oh wow, so many blankets of flowers, what a treat for my eyes! Primroses, snowdrops, periwinkles and the beauty of Hestercombe Gardens, truly stunning. Glad you had a great break and managed to fit in a dose of exploring with your camera 🙂 xx

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