These are incredibly beautiful and fascinating shots!
Beautiful shots, some inspiration for my new garden!
oh sooo beautiful pics, Leigh! thanks for visiting! hope you're having a great weekend!
Such a stunning contrast. A beautiful contrast too.
Spectacular!!!! Agapanthus is in my top 3 after hydrangeas & peonies, but the aggies alsways remind me of my years in South Africa, the masses my mother planed. Thank you so divine.
It is amazing how things change. My hydrangeas aren't looking as though they are loving winter!!
Oh Leigh, your place is heaven on earth no matter what the season. What stunning photos! A-M xx
What a beautiful garden and place you live in!
What a wonderful garden - indeed the perfect place to marvel at the beauty of each season. Beautiful blog!
Your house, farm, gardens are so beautiful, I can only imagine what it is like to wake up each day to such a beautiful sight. Now that Spring is here it must be like "magic". What part of Australia do you live in?I used to have a small garden in NZ with over 150 old fashioned roses, buxus, archways etc and can only but imagine the work involved with such a large garden like yours. Sadly now I have a small cottage and tiny weeny garden that is mostly decking but have decided to try to do some landscaping this summer...if one can landscape a postage stamp :).Enjoy the joy that Spring will bring you.Lee (oh gosh I just realised we have the same name but different spelling :)
Thank you for visiting Brabourne Farm and for leaving your comments.
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner