~ a gardening and allotment notebook
I'm smitten - what a gorgeous image and I MUST have some auriculars - perhaps not such a grand theatre, perhaps just two shelves to start.
How lovely - never had much luck with Auriculas myself - but they are very special to look at. I really enjoyed reading The Morville Hours, I am waiting for her other book to come out in paperback - a wonderful garden.
Nice Campanula clinging to the wall too.Wasn't there a Victorian fad for having the theatre backing painted black?
Such a pretty setting. I love auriculas but I've never grown them myself, I might just treat myself to a couple and see how they do.
My auriculas are looking a bit frazzled at the moment - hopefully they will pick up - I have never been to the Dower House and Morville is not to far from me - I must look it up - Jane
I love all those old flower pots stacked up everywhere!
Love this photo, such a good idea and yet so simple!
Wow. Total EYE CANDY. Just gorgeous.
Great photo!I especially like the ivy arch.Have a blessed day!LeaLea's menagerie
A lovely image, look forward to seeing more of this garden, and hearing your impressions, after reading so much.Sara
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