… to Ralph Court Gardens, Herefordshire

… and private gardens at Hereford Cathedral…

Where to tomorrow…?

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15 Responses to Gallivanting

  1. Looks like fun. There’s nothing better than a day gallivanting in gardens. I hope to post some of my recent adventures soon.

  2. rickii says:

    “Gallivanting”…such a good word, and so nice of you to take us with you.

    • Cathy says:

      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…

  3. Thank you for the intro – I can add those gardens to my list of places to visit.

  4. 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.

  5. smallsunnygarden says:

    Where next indeed?! Thanks for showing us these πŸ™‚ 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… πŸ˜‰

  6. 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?

  7. Brian Skeys says:

    Ralph Court is a real FUN garden, our grandchildren loved it.

  8. Pauline says:

    Someone with a sense of humour loves having water in the garden, amazing!

    • Cathy says:

      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 πŸ™‚

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