Friday, 19 September 2014

Mincher Garden - Good Fences

We have several gardens where I live
considered to be gardens of
national significance.

Mincher is one such garden.
I visited in Spring about three years ago.
These photos are just to whet your appetite
Mincher has much to offer the
enthusiastic gardener!

I'm joining Theresa for her Thursday meme

Thank you to everyone who visited and left
your sweet comments on my previous post for the
Around the Word Blog Hop!

Merci à bientôt
be kind to one another!



TexWisGirl said...

love the natural wreath on the gate! and the hedgerows, too! thanks for linking this!

Kaisievic said...

Such a beautiful garden, thank you so much for taking me there to visit with you.

Ida said...

I bet that would be a lovely place to visit. That is such a neat looking wreath hanging on the gate.

Jeanie said...

Adore that wreath with the orange slices. I should try that -- it looks terrific!

Pamela Gordon said...

These look like beautiful gardens to wander around in and it has interesting fences as well. I hope you have a great weekend. Pam

Marilyn said...

Now I feel like you were just teasing us with this garden. Oh how we search out beautiful gardens when we travel. I remember a beauty of a maybe it was a park in Christchurch where I could peek into the greenhouse.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
Mincher gardens look quite interesting for making a stroll... That gives humans hope when the gardens are greening up again for spring!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Shane,

Mincher looks like a beautiful garden and I enjoyed peering through the fence.
Love the wreath on the gate.
Happy weekend

Claudia said...

Dear Shane, this garden is wonderful, thank you for showing us with all the lovely and wonderful fences!
Have a wonderful weekend,
sending love and hugs and blessings,
Claudia xo

Tante Mali said...

What a garden. Feel like a princess after this walk! The wreath is very lovely!
Have wonderful weekend

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

First impressions are important and the gate with the wreath shows well kept gardens beyond. I love to wander around places like this with my camera.

Madeline's Album said...

Very nice post. Lovely garden and fence with the beautiful wreath. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Jackie @ travelnwrite said...

That wreath and fence are spectacular! (Almost gives me the energy to get out and make a wreath for our front door!)

Dorthe said...

WhAT a beautiful wreath dear Shane, and how lucky you are to have such gardens not far from where you live...
I wish you a beautiful weekend, dear.

Monique said...

Hi Shane! Nice to meet you!
Your blog also is very nice! I follow you!

My Garden Diaries said...

OH Shane! What I would do to be able to visit this garden!!! It looks like a piece of heaven indeed!!! And that shot of the fence is stunning! So good to catch up with you friend....hope you are well!!! Nicole xoxo

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Anything green and growing is definitely a sight for these sore eyes. Have a wonderful weekend. Tammy

Rostrose said...

Dear Shane,
thank you very much for your Blog visit! I liked to walk with you through the wonderful Mincher Garden, and I was struck by the beautiful wreath on the fence! An affectionate detail!
Hugs from Austria, Traude

Dagmar said...

️️Lovely garden photos Shane.
Finally, the BC teachers strike is over and everyone is back to school on Monday..the learning will start again and 5 years of labor peace.
Happy weekend dear Shane,

Donna said...

Oh, I love that wreath!

Radka said...

Lots of lovely pictures again, thank you for sharing them with us :-)

Art and Sand said...

I am in love with the wreath and am going to try to make one.

Diana said...

A lovely variety of fences - and that gate wreath is something else.



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