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More of the Montana Garden

The Montana Garden, UK

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden, UK

The Montana Garden

We are still absorbing the Montana Garden; the garden chock full of hidden and secret places, all with a different theme.

The Montana Garden, UK

The Montana Garden

Towards the back of the property is a small setting of unusual trees and an arbor that draws you to that area to have a look see. There were quite a few guests photographing the palm on the right!

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Notice all the twirling and enchanting features in the trees? Look up, look down, look everywhere! However, my eye was focused on this tree! I loved it! I could just sit on that bench and talk to that tree!

 Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

This secret garden is covered in shade and filled with many types of ferns. A garden oasis of lush!

The Montana Garden, UK

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

 Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

I felt I was on Survivor, looking for the Immunity Idol! Ah! There it is! Now, if I can hide it before anyone sees me!

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

This arbor provides a very peaceful and restful area in the Serenity Garden.

 Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

And here is another!

 Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Every garden could use a Pooh Shed too!

The Pooh Shed at Montana House

The Pooh Shed at Montana House

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

And a reading area that can be moved around!

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

This piece was an attention getter too!

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Another tree to talk too! My daughter always called them the crying trees. You know the weeping willow?

The Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

Montana Garden

The Montana Garden

With one last look at the garden we’ll say our goodbyes to the gardeners, since we have one more stop in another garden before the day is over. We’re headed for Windmill Hill next! See you there!

 

 

6 Responses to “More of the Montana Garden”

    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Thanks! I see plants all the time that are different, even the roses are very different. I saw an unusual ground cover in one of the gardens that I will be talking about soon that I thought was very different and the gardener told me it was one grown during WWII and not found very often any more. Loved it! Where I live only plants survive that need little to no water! So I love seeing your your lush full gardens!

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