This was my favourite garden. It was romantic, full of plants with an abundance of roses and clematis and was beautifully planted. Everywhere I looked there was another stunning view.
I could imagine myself sitting in here with a book...
The rose covered pergola acted as a divider in the garden.
I really liked the mix of topiary, shrubs and herbaceous plants in the border planting.
Another lovely view through into the garden.
Looking down the rose covered pergola...so pretty.
There was just one negative to the garden and one which wasn't obvious when you were actually in it. When I was choosing my photos ready to crop them down a little, I noticed that in most of them, there were other houses in the background. Although these were hidden, they were there all the same. Even the most perfect garden has some problems (which makes me feel much better about my own untidy plot!)
Moving on to the penultimate garden on the walk, which also had some lovely planting with a wild flower feel to it.
On the way back to the village hall, we both smiled to see the 'Open Garden' on this building site. Someone with a sense of humour either works on the site or owns the site (there was a house being built).
It just shows you can have a garden (albeit a tiny one) anywhere!