… to Ralph Court Gardens, Herefordshire
… and private gardens at Hereford Cathedral…
Where to tomorrow…?
Looks like fun. There’s nothing better than a day gallivanting in gardens. I hope to post some of my recent adventures soon.
Thanks Marian – more to come, but only when wifi access permits… 😉
“Gallivanting”…such a good word, and so nice of you to take us with you.
Thanks rickii – we realised we finall had done space in our calendar so have grabbed a few days while we could. We have a small campervan so that makes spontaneity easier…
Thank you for the intro – I can add those gardens to my list of places to visit.
You are welcome Sandra – more to come, with a bit more detail in due course as well
Looks like you saw lots of inspiration. I always love those statues they have in large gardens. Things you couldn’t make up yourself…or afford.
And you can still get ideas and thoughts on how to create similar effects
Where next indeed?! Thanks for showing us these 🙂 Clearly we need some attractive water features, no matter how small, to replace the coffee can lids currently in use as bird dishes! Emergency measures only, I hope… 😉
Having just added more water in our own garden we can certainly vouch for the benefits – on all sorts of levels
Gallivanting indeed. What larks in the garden at Ralph Court. I think I like the look of the private gardens at the Cathedral best. I wonder what ideas you have come away with?
Ralph Court is a real FUN garden, our grandchildren loved it.
Yes, fun for adults but even more so for children I would think
Someone with a sense of humour loves having water in the garden, amazing!
If you saw the rest of the garden you would definitely see they have a sense of humour – will post more about it later in the week 🙂
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