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Traveling Gardener
I'm outside in a garden somewhere in the world, wandering, wondering, noticing. . .
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Traveling Gardener Sep 21
The effects of mobile phones ripple through the world, the red British phone boxes need a new purpose, In Bath, they planted flowers.
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Traveling Gardener Sep 21
Stroud, England, once a capital of the clothing villages, built on wool, is today a city of artists, writers, & a major farmer's market. An old Cotswold town at the meeting-point of five valleys formed by the river Frome
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Traveling Gardener Sep 21
Kiftsgate Garden, Cotswold, England, beauty arranged by a women for 3 generations.
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Suzanne Pardue Sep 20
This is a wonderful day. I’ve never seen this one before! - Maya Angelou
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Traveling Gardener Sep 20
Cotswold golden walls surround the garden at Snowshill Manor, England. Fall gardens offer a special kind of beauty.
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Traveling Gardener Sep 19
Is there a flower that is not made more beautiful when grown against a Cotswold Stone wall? Snowshill Manor, Hidcote Gardens proves it so
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Traveling Gardener Sep 18
Through my garden travel experience I truly believe the best view of our world is through a garden. Oxford Botanical frames the views of the church spire and university bldg. Plus you get flowers
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Traveling Gardener Sep 16
In 1621 by the Earl of Danby started the Oxford Botanic Garden for the study of medicinal plants. I saw was the collection of botanicals for Gin. Contrary to stereotype, there is plenty of ice in a G & T in England & really what else should a gardener drink?
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Traveling Gardener Sep 15
Valley Gardens in the Great Windsor Park, Virginia Waters Lake, Hydrangeas and grand trees
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Traveling Gardener Sep 15
What else is a more appropriate drink for a gardener than the botanical wonder of gin?
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Suzanne Pardue Sep 15
If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely. - Roald Dahl
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Traveling Gardener Sep 15
What an opportunity to see the garden in a new form
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Traveling Gardener Sep 14
Savill Gardens, designed in 1930 in the Great Windsor Park, today greeted us with fuchsia cosmos, waving along with the curve of the Savill building roof.
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Traveling Gardener Sep 13
Walking up High Street over the Thames River to Eton College, the architecture is exceptional but this side street garden caught my attention.
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Traveling Gardener Sep 12
I am looking for gardens in England for the next few weeks, the end of summer the flowers are overflowing the window boxes. Some of the leaves are beginning to turn, the day was cloudy and cool. Windsor castle gardens are only viewed from behind the wall.
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Suzanne Pardue Sep 10
Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries... - Jimmy Carter
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Traveling Gardener Sep 9
No just no
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Traveling Gardener Sep 8
We’re all in this together. We cannot live without plants on this planet
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Dalai Lama Sep 7
In our modern society everything seems geared to material development, even our systems of education. As a result we no longer pay sufficient attention to our inner values, which leads to mental unrest. In order to address this imbalance we need to pay more attention to our minds
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Monty Don Sep 6
Most of countryside now devoid of hedgehogs, study finds
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