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Fishink in Tarporley and Mount Pleasant Gardens

September 2, 2015

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Hello everyone, I hope this finds you well. Are you returning back from a long bank holiday weekend, a summer vacation or perhaps just considering setting off on one once the children have returned to school ? We had a great escape weekend with our old friends in Tarporley. I love seeing what’s new in their garden, it’s always changing and developing.

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These artichokes are wonderful colours, the bees seem to like them too.

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Then there’s the smell of these sweet peas and the curves of my sweet hound !

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We took a Sunday excursion to the hidden away and very charming Mount Pleasant Gardens and I thought I’d share the photos with you, so that you can gently stroll through the garden with me. I liked the huge conkers idea.

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During September there’s a sculpture exhibition on, we were lucky to catch an early display of the delights on show.

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These ladies looked very serene and relaxed amongst the foliage.

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Some wonderful African inspired pieces.

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Some more modern and classical pieces too.

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There’s an enchanting meadow field to wander around. We’d missed the best of the colour, but the blues that were left (above) and the grasses (below) still looked amazing.

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The Japanese garden was just one of the many themes packed into this wonderful space.

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Check back for part two of my garden day on Friday, hope you are enjoying the journey.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. September 2, 2015 9:56 am

    What a wonderful burst of colours from the flowers! Summer is still blooming and the sculptures looked great with such a lovely backdrop! A great post hon, I’ll look forward to Friday’s part #2!

    • September 2, 2015 1:24 pm

      Many thanks Lizzie, it was a floral feast for certain. Thanks for your card, I had heard of Fortuny Fabrics but didn’t realise they were quite so expensive ! Ouch

      • September 3, 2015 12:19 am

        You’re welcome and you’re welcome! I’m always on the look out for you and always rummaging in bookshops too! Keep sprinkling our lives with your vivid colours and posts!! :ox

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    September 2, 2015 3:41 pm

    Your eye for seeing the lovely details is great!

  3. September 22, 2015 4:00 pm

    Hello Craig, really enjoyed your garden visits and nature walks, they put me in the right frame of mind.

    • September 22, 2015 4:21 pm

      Thanks Joy, always glad that you get inspired from my pics. Hope you’re getting some lovely outdoor shades at the moment too.

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