Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bolobek

How lucky I was to have the opportunity to have a wander through the historic gardens of Bolobek today, stopping to take pictures as I strolled...


Quinces



Japanese Windflower  (Anenome), double variety

Exiting chook


Glasshouse

Japanese Windflowers (Anenome), white single


Autumnal hydrangeas

Poplars

Historic sundial

Dwarf cyclamen
Bolobek Garden, Macedon, Victoria


9 comments:

  1. Lovely! Great shots. Where is that chicken off to, I wonder?!

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  2. Isn't it a wonderful garden! I hope it recovered from the Open Garden Scheme Plant Fair! I went when it was open a month or so ago and really enjoyed walking through the beautiful different garden areas... A very peaceful garden.

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  3. What a peaceful looking place. I love the photo of the chook casually popping through the gates.

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  4. So pretty! Did you resist the urge to scoop the quinces into a bag and run away? ;-)

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  5. Oh how gorgeous! I love the carpet of cyclamen!

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  6. Yes, you were quite lucky!! What a serene place.
    Blessings, Debbie

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  7. Ooh, I could just imagine the sounds and smells as you were meandering through. Beautiful pictures.

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  8. Lol! NO idea, dixie.

    It was looking very presentable, Phoebe. Lucky you - I missed going to the plant fair this year.

    A very casual chook, Brydie. It's great to be in the right place at the right time :)

    It was tempting, Celia...very tempting! They were so gorgeously golden and ripe, ahh!

    That drew me in, too, Tammy! Must plant some at home to enjoy :)

    Yup, quinn.

    Thanks, Debbie and floweringmama :)

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Hi there, so nice of you to stop by! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I love hearing what you are up to. Christine x

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