Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
hi, looks like a great place to visit. Amanda x
I love Easton Walled Gardens - I particularly like the wildflowers in the meadows. Thanks for posting. :-)
Stunning shots. I love those terraced meadow strips...
Another one to put on my must visit list!Lovely montage of images VPK
Amanda - it's a wonderful place :)Woolly Green - I was struck by the meadows and the use of roses - a great ideaHillwards - so do I, such a simple solution to the problem of how to take care of the steep part of the slope and cost-effective tooThanks Karen, I thought you might appreciate the idea for another of your roadtrips. See you soon :)
What an interesting looking place! Flighty xx
Flighty - it's a great place to visit. Interesting history, great ideas and a lovely atmosphere :)
I really like that top picture - it makes you want to be there sitting on one of the grass terraces watching the meadow strips move in the breeze.
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