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Un jardin qui a conservé son authenticité depuis des décennies complanté d arbres d essences différentes des massifs d orchidees côtoyent les canards qui s ebattent sur la pelouse.
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This pretty water garden was captured at the public library in Largo, Florida.
At Mt. Coot-tha this afternoon. The most perfect of Autumn days, once again.
Bennetts Water Gardens is an 8-acre garden in Chickerell, near Weymouth, Dorset, in southern England.
For those gardeners amongst you, forgive my using this model idea of creating an easy spring bulb garden.
Pre-selected bulbs, dropped into pockets of a shaped biodegradable planter. Just drop into the soil, cover it with compost, water it and watch it grown into a heart shaped display next spring.
Well, when I saw the heart, I just couldn't resist and thought this ideal for the makeover of Marc's sensory garden. Somewhere where all the heart of the garden is focussed …. or does that just sound tacky?!
... on a mild Winter afternoon at Mt. Coot-tha Botanical Gardens. Picnickers on the lawn.
Seen in gardens near the center of NZ's largest city.
Hope your week has started well.
Richard McRine Follow
4 years ago
Float on down
The mist in the night
Covers my shape as I walk
I take my time
My usual path
There's the same old drunk
Face down in the grass
He sleeps so easy
Until the dew takes him home
There's a boatman's light
Out on the lake
Tempting my mind
With thoughts of escape
What worries me now
I can't say a word
There's nothing to say you ain't already heard
Slowly he moves through the water
Down the stream and then home
The early stages of a new development at Mt. Coot-tha Botanic Gardens in Brisbane,
For those who are not familiar with this part of the world - the 'Pond' that I visit is divided into three - the actual Ifield Mill Pond [ complete with a historic, restored and working Flour Mill] is of course in Ifield, which, crossed above [ the pond, not the Mill] by a railway, expands into the large middle lake in Gossops Green [where I live], then goes under the road and into what is called the Bewbush Water Gardens - in Bewbush obviously.
There is a wonderful variety of woodland, hedgerows, wildlife, etc.
This part is particularly pretty - especially when the water is flowing down these steps. The water birds usually congregate in a line along the top step, but not today.
The Water Gardens, Harlow, Essex.
A water fountain at the centre of a water feature within Luxembourg Gardens, put in place at the beginning of the 1800's.
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