Hello Abby:Your garden is looking very pretty and we really envy you that wonderful brick wall against which the rose is growing. Is your entire garden walled? If so, how really fortunate you are.Yes, the two prints are very appealing, particularly the one of the interior of the bar which, we thought for no reason, looked Irish.A belated Happy Birthday to Archie.
Lovely flowers and Happy Birthday, Archie xxx
Hello Lance and Jane - I wished we did have brick walls on both sides, but no, sadly, there's a fence on the other side. There was a very thick hedge there when we moved here 2 yrs ago which had to come out. We couldn't afford a brick wall (after the rest of the house alterations)! I think the prints are Irish - the one says 'pionta ciúin' (a Quiet pint). Have a good week. Abby
lovely garden, Happy birthday Archie!xxx
Lovely flowers. Ours are all in a bit of a sorry state after the recent wind and rain. M x
The bench sitting under the tumbling roses, looks like it's straight out of a magazine. Beautiful! Lx
Beautiful flowers Abby :o) Love your two prints - especially the first one with the hens outside the door. Belated birthday greetings to Archie.Best wishesRose H
Those prints are lovely.....I been meaning to ask you for some photos I bet your booth is a busy one!
What a pretty post!So glad you are enjoying summer flowers. Happy birthday Archie. Chris
I want to be sitting there on the bench amongst the roses! The scabious is beautiful - great photo. Hope Archie had the happiest of birthdays!x
What a lush! Your garden is beautiful! Love all those pretties :)
The flowers look amazing - do envy you your green fingers!
What gorgeous flowers - love the colour of the clematis:)
Your garden is just amazing ~ such beautiful flowers! So glad we got to enjoy them with you :) And a very happy birthday to Archie! Love Brenda
Ooooo foxgloves and roses.... just love them!Hope Archie had a wonderful birthday, I am certain he will have enjoyed that scrummy looking cake :)Abby x
Lovely photos as always!I really need a garden in my life.Barrina x
Abby, your garden is looking glorious - those pink roses are superb - i wonder if they are scented too?The clematis, foxgloves and scabious (?)are all beautiful too.I wonder what those litle blue flowers are - i have recently been given a wonderful book, the RHS plant guide, so am hoping it will help fill some of the many gaps in my knowledge of plants!Those two prints are great, I really like them.Hope Archie had a great birthday!Gill xx
what a perfect english country garden. and i'm not even american! love the boat print. got a thing about fishermen and boats. fishermen...is that a word? looks and sounds odd now. x
Lovely bedspread and flowers picked from the garden. No shop bought bouquet ever matches the lovely mixes from a garden....
What a very pretty garden you have Abby. I love the sculpture in your previous post, so very charming. I like your Irish prints. Have a lovely day, and belated Happy Birthday to Archie! Love Linda x
I particularly like the print of the boats. Your garden is wonderfully floral, and is that you in the background of the last photo like a real-life incarnation of the Cath Kidston lifestyle?
You have some beautiful flowers in your garden. I like the prints you picked up too and belated Birthday wishes to Archie! x
how utterly delightful...an inspiration...when I learn how to sort out my snaps i will show you my radishes and rocket!!
Lovely photos of from your garden.
It's true about Cath Kidston - too clichéd, too samey. And yet, and yet, I own her bedlinen and bag. The irresistible lure of small florals.
Love all your flowers in the garden!So wish we had more then a deck!Happy birthday to Archie too, My son Noah has a best friend Archie.Cool name!Love the header of your page so much, every time I see it, I think aaaaaaaah I love the cottage jug and vintage tablecloth! Really great photo!becca xx
I love those Irish prints. White foxgloves have been my flower this year, I am planting my seedlings in the shady patch hoping they will return for all the summers to come.