Monday, 6 August 2007

In the walled garden at House For An Art Lover, Glasgow










21 comments:

Dawn said...

Oh my goodness, what gorgeous blossoms! You have a way with a camera as well as a green thumb. Well done! :-)

A wildlife gardener said...

Hello again, Dawn, and welcome. I have 'a good eye' for composition...the rest is often luck, as I am not technically-minded :)

smilnsigh said...

Just achingly beautiful...

Mari-Nanci

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you so much, smilnsigh. I thought they were so pretty and colourful...and well worth sharing with everyone in blogland :)

Ruth Welter said...

These photos are just beautiful and this is a lovely, lovely garden.

Andrea's Garden said...

I am sorry I am just now finding the time to visit your blog. We were on vacation for a couple of weeks. When I got back I saw your comment. The pictures of the garden you've visited are beautiful. I am sure I will return and take time soon to read your other blogs. Greetings from Germany, Andrea

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you so much, Ruth. the bedding display of annuals was so cheerful and colourful.

Welcome, Andrea, lovely to meet you. I like to share photos of beautiful gardens I visit.

Naturegirl said...

Surely the fairies had a hand in painting these glorious blossoms!!
Absolutely beautifull!hugs NG

A wildlife gardener said...

Fantastic colours, aren't they? Thanks for visiting...come again soon :)

Jamie Boyle said...

Amazing photographs!

Makes me wish spring was here to start. Winter has been far too long. Like Dawn said you definitely have a way with a camera. Good job!

Sincerely,

Jamie Boyle
Hypertufa Gardener

SandyCarlson said...

Your blogs are beautiful. Thanks for visiting One Single Impression!
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SandyCarlson said...

All of your blogs are gorgeous. Thanks for the bouquets!

A wildlife gardener said...

Gosh! I'm overwhelmed at finding so many comments since I last visited this blog!

Sorry I'm slow to reply, Jamie. Thank you for the compliments :)

You are very kind, dear Sandy, with your gracious comments which I really appreciate...and thank you for visiting more than one of my blogs :)

Welcome, Monitor Lcd, to our little corner of paradise. Thanks for the visit and your kind words :)

JeannieTheDreamer said...

Hello there, found you at Gisela Bach's... what a beautiful blog, thank you for doing this, I get to see other gardens :)

Jeannie

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you for introducing yourself, Jeannie the Dreamer, to our little cornerof paradise. You are most welcome. Thank you for the compliments :)

JeannieTheDreamer said...

I thank you so! And when I take my tea in the morning, it will now be with a smile.

Jeannie

a friend said...

Your flowers are gorgeous! Though Spring is full of new life; I still look forward to summer in full bloom.

A wildlife gardener said...

You are very welcome, Jeannie the Dreamer, and I will be smiling too when I think of you :)

Hello and welcome, Friend. I'm glad you liked the flowers :)

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for this bouquet.

A wildlife gardener said...

Thanks for revisiting, Sandy :)