Unusual Front Gardens #18: Music

Thanks to my mate Mark for spotting a most unusual front garden on the main road in Machynllech last year and sending me this photo.

We're speculating the music style in this garden might be bluegrass.

What do you think?

North Wales is proving to be a rich seam for this series of posts. As well as last year's find for Halloween, I still have to go back to Karen's sometime and photograph a garden we found which was set out as a cricket match.


  1. Not too keen, though with the nasturtiums trailing down it, it'll look a lot more cheerful. Is this someone gaining revenge on childhood piano practice? :)

    1. Hi Helen - it was pretty late on last year, so is due to get better now we have warmer weather...

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    1. Thanks Donna - that's what this series is all about :)

  3. Fantastic! Herb Alpert maybe? I'm a huge fan of mirrors in the garden. Wouldn't work in mine though because of the flying footballs.

    1. Very good CJ - I spot an opportunity to find gardens which match various songs, tunes and bands :)

  4. I love this and it must have certainly hit the right note with the gardener who tends it. Great finishing touches.

    1. Ha - I see what you did there ;)


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