Monday, 20 April 2015

Meldreth Open Gardens

On Sunday some of the good people of Meldreth opened their gardens to the public in order to raise money for the village church. You-know-who went along to take a few photos, but ended up taking quite a lot. Here are some of them:





















Take care.



14 comments:

  1. Glad you did the tour for us. Lovely shades in the Lewisia (?) and the sedum collection. And the arch made of stumps is very cool.

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  2. What lovely gardens! How nice of these people to allow garden viewing.

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  3. Always enjoy garden tours. That stump arch is really something!

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  4. That is a very lovely garden to wander around, to find a nice bench and enjoy the flowers and walk through this interesting arch on a narrow path.

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  5. How lovely. Nothing nicer on a sunny spring afternoon than to wander around a garden. I hope lots of money was raised for the local church:)

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  6. Early in the year for an open garden day John, I would have thought - but what a lot there is to see in the gardens you visited.

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  7. Such beautiful gardens. You've captured them very well! I think taking too many photos is an occupational hazard for us bloggers.

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  8. Why is it then when I come across a fair maiden holding a seashell, the lovely maiden never has her strap falling and exposing a fine breast? I must be in the wrong gardens.

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  9. Lovely photos. Thought the drift wood arch placed in one of the gardens was unusual yet fitted into the garden very nicely.-- barbara

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  10. Nices shots, awesome.
    Greetings.

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