Blogs I Follow
- The Diary Of A Muslim Girl
- bruises you can touch
- Six Backpacks
- Midwestern Plants
- Old School Garden
- Elder Pipe
- Mohn Foto
- Nitty Gritty Dirt Man
- The Anxious Gardener
- Railway Parade House and Garden
- The Eloquent Garden
- The Blonde Gardener
- My Botanical Garden
- leaf and twig
- Coffee to Compost
Category Archives: historic gardens
Closer to home, this path leads to precious nature.
If you’re ever in northern Tasmania, a must see is Bridestowe Lavender farm for its pure, pure lavender oil.
Yesterday, sunny and warm, today – snow in Prague – barren but beautiful.
Strahov monastery gardens in Prague – a morning view.
We are reaching the end of our stay in Prague. It was more than expected – a truly wonderful city. Here are some gardening ideas to bring home – we should all have at least one window box or the … Continue reading
We have been visiting Prague to research some family connections (see my blog Findingstanvodak ). Even though this has been quite time consuming, not to mention difficult, as we do not speak Czech, we have still managed to incorporate some sightseeing. These … Continue reading
November is the time when all the magnificent Open Gardens are on display. I visited one such garden this morning in its splendour. Set on eleven acres and around one hundred and forty years old, Dreamthorpe, is a woodland wonderland … Continue reading
Edna Walling was one of Australia’s best known landscape gardeners. Both a gardener, writing for the1920’s publication Australian Home Beautiful and an accomplished photographer, she was commissioned by many distinctive owners, including the Murdoch’s of Cruden Farm. Last night we … Continue reading