End of Month View on Wordless Wednesday: Bustin’ Out

 

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21 Responses to End of Month View on Wordless Wednesday: Bustin’ Out

  1. bcparkison says:

    Wonderful visit…thanks for sharing.

    • Cathy says:

      You are welcome Beverley – and perhaps I should sit back and try and watch the video objectively too, one of these days… 😁

  2. June is such a lovely month it’s a shame we have to leave it behind.

    • Cathy says:

      There is more of June left here, despite us moving into July, as many plants were slow to get going. And the rest of the year has its own delights anyway πŸ˜‰

  3. Chloris says:

    It’s all looking fabulous, I bet your visitors were enchanted. I wish I was near enough to pop in and see it.

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Chloris – it is just so good to be able to share it with other people. Do you feel the same about yours?

      • Chloris says:

        I enjoy sharing the garden with enthusiasts but I couldn’t face the palaver of NGS openings again. I just have the occasional garden club now which is nice. I write a gardening column for the parish magazine and people are curious to see the garden for themselves so I get quite a few requests.

        • Cathy says:

          And groups of plant enthusiasts as visitors are very different from the average visitor, as I found from my HPS visitors on Saturday. How lovely to be sharing your knowledge with the local parish. Do you have particular themes, or is it always what is topical for that month?

          • Chloris says:

            I always have a topical theme. June was roses and July is going to be lilies. How nice that you had HPS to visit, they are all keen gardeners.

  4. Your garden looks great.

  5. Cathy, your garden is so fabulous, divine, flowery, lush, green and colorful because of the huge amount of flowers you have, which is a Dream Garden: I love it and I love it. The large number of roses is wonderful, the clematis, the hostas, the ferns, the forest, the corners to sit, the flowers, the Coop, …. everything is divine, I love it. And the video is magnificent: being able to walk in the garden, I love it. Thank you Cathy for giving me an injection of encouragement and happiness with this blog so full of beauty and beautiful plants and flowers. Take care of yourself. Very affectionate greetings from Margarita 🌺

    • Cathy says:

      I am pleased you feel encouraged by it, Margarita; one of our visitors said it made her realise that what her garden was lacking was more plants!

      • Thank you very much Cathy: your fabulous plants have encouraged me. I also need more plants in my life, but because of my dear Mother’s doctors and my vaccination against Covid this year I can only be in the country house for the month of August and first I have to clean the garden after two years without going and without anyone having taken care of it or watered it. And with that I will have a lot of work. I will buy some seasonal flower plants and put them in pots in the area where we sit to enjoy some flower and enjoy them and make us happy. Let’s see if in 2022 we can spend the whole summer in the country house and be able to make a small garden in conditions and enjoy it. Very affectionate greetings from Margarita.

  6. Jackie Knight says:

    I love all the seating around the garden, giving you time to sit and admire the beauty all around you, a triumph of design and industry!

  7. Cathy says:

    Spectacular Cathy! I don’t think I have ever seen it all looking so wonderful! There is so much colour and the roses, clematis and geraniums are superb. Perfect timing for your visits. πŸ˜ƒ

  8. Anna says:

    June in all her finery and abundance is gracing your garden Cathy! Simply beautiful.

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