it teaches industry and thrift;
above all it teaches entire trust."
|A David Austin 'Brother Cadfael' rose with fresh, June blooms.|
|One of my five Lavateras,|
with the Harris Manchester
clock tower as a backdrop.
you ought to seriously re-examine your life."
|Master digger, Jack.|
Jack is at the top of the steps, waiting to show
|I prefer to grow Hidcote Lavender because of it's deep |
purple colour that holds it's rich tone even after it's dried.
|An apricot climbing rose grows alongside the summerhouse.|
An old garden spade serves as a rustic trellis.
or sometimes just a place to get out of the rain.
|Who turned out the lights?!|
|A quince blossom.|
|We have a bumper crop of apples this year.|
"The kiss of the sun for pardon,
The song of the birds for mirth,
One is nearer God's heart in a garden
Than anywhere else on earth."
~Dorothy Frances Gurney,