The Old Church House garden is only in its third year, starting from scratch, but you would never know it from the look of the garden. Beautiful rose beds and herbaceous borders fill in the woodland’s backdrop. With areas “to stop and rest awhile” to whimsical small pond areas, there is plenty to catch your eye in this garden. I’ll join you in The Old Church House garden! See you there!
Here is the entrance to the garden!
Another Dappled Willow! Love it with the peach accent of the chair cushions (it blended with the blossoms of the willow) and the soft periwinkle blooms!
Everyone’s enjoying this garden!
Every garden deserves a place to sit and take a look see!
Just add me and a good book to this scene!
Here’s a new twist on a bird bath! Look closer!
And closer yet!
A crane in an old tub beside the man-made pond! A bird bath! Ha Ha! I loved the use of the ferns here too!!
The sweep of the lawn leads to the borders in front of the woods that make a great barrier between garden and woods.
Here’s the white, white color again!
Here’s my favorite color of LIME in the oak leaf hydrangea!
Here I like the way the ground cut-out around the plant display is not the same-old, same old! Gives it some character! How about the height and wispiness of that plant?
The garden butting up to the woods is breathtaking!
Now this plant reminds me of corn stalks, but I know it’s not!
Now in MY garden the deer would jump over that fence and have at it with those yummy looking hosta!
I just can’t get over how white the flowers are here!
Here is bit of whimsy and that color combination of lime and purple-black in the background!
After seeing the beautiful lavender here I vowed to go home and have a serious talk with my lavs!
This was the last garden to see on The Street! Now we’re heading over to Cuckfield Lane to see what they are up to over there! Enjoy! See you tomorrow in the garden!