Wednesday, September 3

Stillingfleet Lodge gardens,







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  1. What a beautiful place, I love all the different greens and textures. Exactly my kind of garden.

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  2. Lovely place! I woul dlike to walk and rest here after a hard working day! ;)

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    1. There were loots of seats too Malar to sit ad enjoy the peace

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  3. Thank you for sharing have a blessed day

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  4. That looks like a really high maintenance garden to me and evidence of autumn as the plantings are going over. So much green. Not sure about the contemporary garden - it kind of looks a little out of place. The wilder areas are wonderful especially around the water.

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    1. I'm not onto contemporary Elaine, round the pool and the meadow area were lovely. I imagine it brimming with wild flowers earlier

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  5. It's really a beautiful place. So inspiring! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. That looks like my kind of garden, I really must make an effort to get there.

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    1. I think you would enjoy it there, Jo

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  7. It's a treat to see so beautiful gardens, Sue!

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  8. Low hat a gorgeous garden - I love how it's structured into different rooms, it looks like there were lots of hidden corners to explore.

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    1. It was very secret garden style FRG

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  9. A very lush and green garden Sue, it looks very peaceful.

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    1. It was Paula being divided up meant at times you couldn't see anyone else about my giveaway that ends tonight

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  10. I shall add this to next year's list. Really enjoyed Breezy Knees with its September garden although, as you reported, I couldn't buy the plants I wanted. Visited Alnwick this week which didn't live up to expectations and very expensive (not RHS concessions and a £3 parking fee before you even arrive).

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  11. It was a shame about the nirsery at Breezy Knees, L. I'm old that they buy plants in rather than propagate there. Thanks for the warning about Alnwick my giveaway that ends tonight

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    1. That's nursery - why do theyput i, u and o so close together?

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  12. Its good to see that it isn't just me who has a garden where much has finished and the predominant colour is green. Still love it though.

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    1. We're trying to buy some plants to extend the season a bit, Rick

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  13. I love it, very relaxing.xxx

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  14. What a very interesting garden visit, Sue. So many features and areas to inspire visitors - very nice :-D

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    1. It was interesting Shirley - we;ll go again at another time of year

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