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Chatsworth Gardens, July 2018

On the day we went to Chatsworth, I spent some time exploring the gardens.  They are world famous- the fountain (above) is one of the most interesting features, but there are many…. 209 more words


Too much of a good thing...

Daily headlines on my weather apps are “Stormy Weekend Continues,” “More Coastal Flash Flooding Possible,” “Expect Pop-Up Showers,” “Downpours in the Forecast.” The month of August has greeted us with more than ample rain. 326 more words

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Bonsai Tree

Continuing on my exploration of crayons, I drew a Bonsai Tree from the Denver Botanic Gardens with crayons.  Here is the photograph that I took, and used as a reference: 91 more words


Wholly Grounds: Healthy food at The Garden

Enjoy nature, healthy food and have photoshoots in a lush urban Garden in Bacolod city!

The Garden is a huge lush garden sitting in plain sight along Lacson street. 666 more words


Water: Garden of Life at the Aga Khan Centre UK

Our designers were very keen to create water features that not only fitted-in with their immediate surroundings but also reflected the artwork of the global Muslim community – just as the Aga Khan Centre aims to reflect the teaching of the global Muslim community through its educational programs.

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Longwood Gardens

It was our 22nd Wedding Anniversary last week and  – as our children happened to be gallivanting with their grandparent for a few days – we could celebrate the occasion as a couple.  754 more words

Garden Arches and Arbours [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Husqvarna have recently worked with Sue Fisher, an expert horticulturalist and author with 35 years’ experience to create an illustrated guide to garden arches. The guide offers inspiration for any size garden, big or small and have also created a climbing flower wheel to help with choosing the right plants for your arch.

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