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Friday, June 15, 2018

Evening in the garden at Agecroft.


Last of my pictures taken at Agecroft Hall.
One of my favorites to stop and ponder is the courtyard.
The balcony with the flowers over flowing.  Gorgeous!


Linden walk












A walk back to the knot garden.

See the peas growing up the trellis just right behind the gate at the pillar?


You can see the knot garden made up of herbs through the gate door.






Among the flowers were vegetables growing

Citrus
Squash






onto rear of home's raised terrace



Overlooking the maze from the terrace


Couldn't resist snapping the tree with this beautiful bark.


So many garden rooms and terraces with statues and urns.



Datura or what our Mom used to call Gabrielle's Trumpet
I know they are poisonous if ingested but I grew up around these plants, picked the large flowers. Never ate one or even thought about doing so.  Many plants we grow in our gardens are poisonous.


Lower terrace with fountain





Espaliered tree

Boxwoods are lining walks and beds of flowers.
While taking this walk. We come upon this little sign tucked into the roses.



Fragrant magnolias

 Happy Friday

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14 comments:

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    1. It's such a fine place to come and sit and look over the gardens. Dreamy. Thank you for visiting.

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  2. Oh wow, great post Betsy with the most gorgeous photos. What a great place to visit!

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  3. Fabulous, Betsy! I so enjoyed your tour today. We will definitely be visiting Agecroft Hall. The gardens are quite impressive! ♥

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  4. Betsy, what a magical place, and a wonderful tour. I loved hearing the fountain and seeing all the gorgeous statuary and hardscaping. Wonderful tour!

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    1. I am so glad you enjoyed it Karen. Thank you.

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  5. Hi There, What a gorgeous place to visit... I would love not only the home/area --but especially the gardens... Thanks for sharing ..

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. So beautiful and I loved Linden Walk …

    All the best Jan

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  7. Dearest Betsy,
    It was not only the painstaking job of rebuilding this manor, but for starting those original gardens around.
    Incredible for walking and pondering around there. It must be quite a job for keeping it all up.
    Thanks for sharing this with your readers.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Incredible it is. I never tire of visiting here. It's like a step back in time.

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