Probably you did not notice that I have not been working in my garden last week. The reason for my absence was that I have been visiting nine gardens in Great Britain.
I am still musing about the gardens I have seen. Gardens in all sizes and shapes. Of course it is impossible to review nine gardens in one post. Instead I will show you the pictures of the garden that has surprised me the most. This was Abbotsbury botanical garden at the South coast of Great Britain.
Walking through this garden I immediately felt an atmosphere of an old wood. Besides tall trees - some with an odd bark - there were large ferns and rhododendrons like monsters.
At the path I took there were no other visitors. It seemed I was all-alone in an enchanted garden.
Surrounded by nature, and plants and trees I have never seen before. It made me feel very small but at the same time very happy.
An enchanting paradise.
Info about the garden click here:
|Lily pond, Monet would have loved it.|
|Nobody around me.|
|Rododendron like monsters.|
|Rododendron with new very soft buds.|
|In an old forest|
|Trees all over.|
|Echium. Three or four meter high!|
|Flower of Echium close up.|
|Leave of Gunnera like an umbrella.|
|I felt small|
|Tall trees with an odd bark.|