Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Beth Chatto's garden Pt. 3

Continuing our walk around the garden. Paths lead in all directions and the island beds can be viewed from both sides























Still more to come on this beautiful garden
One just keeps on walking in all directions


16 comments:

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That is a huge garden. As it is still very winter like here, I'm glad you have more to show. It's very uplifting to see.

Terri said...

Wow! that is a big garden. Very pretty that time of year, too. Thanks for sharing your photos.
Hugs

Schotzy said...

Wow are these curent photos of the gardens... I am so ready for verdant paths and lush gardens.... too cold here in Eastern US for anything like this yet!!!!

Grayseasailor said...

Your photos help me imagine warm breezes and lovely fresh scents from the flowers. Thanks, Barbara :)
Blessings,
Gracie

Lorrie said...

Such a wonderful place. Designed by a true artist in that the paths lead on and on.

Willow said...

The ponds and secret paths are so very enticing. Don't you want to make a garden just like this [except much smaller (:]?

Vee said...

I hope this gal had a lot of help. This doesn't look like a garden that one person could keep up with. The "islands" are a wonderful look. Wonder if I could create a much smaller one on my front lawn... Hope it's warming up for you!

Cathy said...

Oh my...it really is a lovely garden! I like this part the best.

La Petite Gallery said...

Oh this is awesome. Spring is coming next week. It's too cold to work outside. I think I will do a raised garden for Herbs this year. Renee is here to help. The up keep on this garden must be every day of the week.
Hope you are getting some warm days,
and had a wonderful Easter.
Yvonne

CherryPie said...

Wow! It looks lovely :-)

Julene said...

Such a beautiful and manicured garden! The size is something to consider! It looks like something that could be in Oregon and this time of year!

nikkipolani said...

So many wonderful wonderful vistas, Barbara! How did you manage to get out of there before it got dark?!

Sara said...

That meandering grass path is so inviting as it wanders among the beds and trees. I can imagine what a pleasant day you spent there.

Denise at Forest Manor said...

Thank you for taking us on your tour of these most beautiful gardens, Barbara. I've enjoyed all three posts!

Denise

Pondside said...

I've just finished reading your three posts on this beautiful garden. I was especially interested to see the dry garden, as Vancouver Island is very dry in the summer and xeriscaping is really the way to go, though I don't have much experience. Very interesting!

Trisha said...

So pretty, makes me want to walk barefoot through the grass. Thanks Barbara, makes me look forward to Spring gardening. Blessings, Trisha