Wednesday, August 27

Breezy Knees Gardens (1,500th post)


 Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett




37 comments:

  1. Amazing! The garden looks so stunning, so beautiful with a wide range color of the flowers. Well designed. The rose garden must be so interesting. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. There was lots of colour for this time of year, Endah

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  2. Wow what a beautiful place. I looked at all the photos with a fever running and the wellies freaked me out, haha. Such a stunning place though xx

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    1. It was beautiful Carrie but we were on alert for the giant gardener.

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  3. So - you took a day off to celebrate your 1500 the post - quite an achievement - well done. Oh and
    the garden is lovely too especially the name.

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  4. Breezy Knees is still on my to do list. Well done on reaching your 1500th post.

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  5. Well done Sue, 1500 posts is definitely an achievement!

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  6. Hi Sue - congratulations on 1500 posts! I'm so glad you chose Breezy Knees for your post. Its near me and my kids love the wellies! Did you get to the conifer garden - I find it so peaceful and calming I could lose a day there!

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    1. We did frg. I commented that at times you felt as though you were the only person in the garden. Do you know when the nursery is at it's best?

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    2. It can be a bit hit and miss - the best I've found it was around June time.

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  7. 1500! Amazing. The borders look so pretty in this garden, and I like those boots. Will have to take a look.

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    1. Just a shame the plants we liked weren't on sale, Victoria.

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  8. Stunning garden, everything spaced out beautifully but unfortunately it just doesn't work with me, too little space and plants crammed in as tight as they will go. I know that this is the best way to show off plants individually and the effect is fantastic but you can only do this if you have the space or are prepared to severely limit the number of different plants that you grow. Congrats on your 1500.

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    1. That is very true Rick - I'd love their space

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  9. I LOVE it, and it's name and those wellies! Oh my, congrats on your 1,500th post! Here's to many many more.xxx

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  10. Wow to Breezy Knees (and I love the name) and double wow to 1,500 posts, that's amazing. Yours is a blog I always really enjoy and I've learned lots from reading here as well. Thank you for all of the time and effort you put into it, it is very much appreciated.

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    1. Thanks CJ and really glad that you enjoy the blog

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  11. Congratulation on your 1500th post! All your posting is really good and benefit other bloggers too!

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  12. Awesome and Cong on your 1500th post always a pleasure reading your post thank you for sharing have a blessed day

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  13. Congrats on your 1500 post have your photographs improved from the very first one?

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    1. I hope it is improving all the time, David.

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  14. Congratulations on your 1500th post and here's to the next 1500. So that's where I left my wellies!

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    1. If I had known I'd have brought them back for you, Jo

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  15. Awesome gardens, Sue and I always love purple colors in late summer. You've written 1500 posts, when did you have time for writing if you're gardening in 3 (or 4?) plots?
    Congrats!

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  16. Oh wow Sue, what an amazing garden! I'm bookmarking those beautiful photos for reference. Love those giant wellies ;-) . Congratulations on your 1,500th post!

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  17. Wow ! Such a wonderful place and lovely photos !

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    1. Welcome Ela and thank for visiting - you have some beautuful photos on your blog I especially like the birds.

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    2. Belated congratulations Sue
      How you manage a garden really does depend on its size. For example small individual herbaceous plants might need staking but a bold clump does not- er usually!

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