Saturday, November 21, 2009

Kitchen Garden @ Brabourne Farm










It's been a lovely week in the kitchen garden - the poppies have flowered (they're absolutely divine), the roses are amazing, the onions and garlic are nearly ready to be lifted, the corn is flowering, the new seedlings are looking happy and the herb garden is overflowing.  Who could wish for more!

Images - Brabourne Farm


30 comments:

  1. Your garden is AMAZING. I love all the roses.
    The images are especially appealing as we are going into winter here in Canada. No snow yet ... but that could change anytime!

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  2. I am swooning here Leigh!!! Seriously, I am in love with your gardens.
    Have a glorious weekend! xoxo

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  3. How beautiful...what a lovely place to live!! Have a great weekend Leigh :0)

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  4. oh darling, you are totally right, who could wish for more! amazing! have a lovely weekend!

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  5. Stunning!! and just imagine what good use this magnificent produce is going to...
    the best!
    Thankyou for sharing!! I am envious ;)
    Irene x

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  6. Oh Leigh, you're killing me. It's gorgeous. Your gardens are to die for. Everything is so lush and green. A-M xx

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  7. Oh my ... I would LOVE to spend some time in your spectacular garden. Love it. Just love it!

    Best,
    Emma

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  8. Oh my, what a different picture I see out my window!!

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  9. Oh, I so enjoy these pics that take me into your gardens! I can't imagine seeing what you see every day!
    Brenda

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  10. Your garden is stunning!! You're really a luck girl!!

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  11. What a breath of warm air for those of us heading towards winter. With no green in sight here, it is so nice to see such beautiful gardens.

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  12. Oh Leigh! Your estate and your gardens are stunning! Absolutely breathtaking!!

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  13. Just gorgeous Leigh!
    Enjoy your harvest and have a great weekend!

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  14. How amazing - I have always dreamed of a garden like this! Have a wonderful weekend xx

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  15. I know envy is a terrible thing - but I can't help it! Gorgeous shots Leigh! Have a lovely weekend. x Caroline

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  16. Wow- it's incredible Leigh- you certainly have quite the green thumb! Happy weekend to you.

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  17. Gosh the poppies are wonderful. It is such a different year in Kentucky...I still have flowering window boxes. Never before in November.

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  18. OH... MY... GOODNESS, Leigh... are YOU blessed!!!!!!!!!

    This is all just so heavenly!!!!!!!!

    Am GRATEFUL you shared this!

    Hugs,
    Llinda in AZ *

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  19. Oh Leigh how beautiful. What a joy this must be for you. I adore all the photo's, but #2 is really lovely.
    xxx

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  20. Your garden amazes me - it's so lovely! It all looks so perfectly manicured and healthy - I am very envious :)

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  21. It is absolutely beautiful. We are in the midst of a cold fall day and I love seeing all of the gorgeous flowers and landscape.

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  22. Dear Leigh, this just the confirmation I needed - you do live in a beautiful little corner of paradise! Your garden must be such a joy for you and your family...I wonder who does all the gardening?? Have a lovely Sunday. Lee :)

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  23. Gorgeous :) Thanks for sharing with us x Have a great week

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  24. Incredible poppie...I've never seen this serrated bloom variety! I keep my old seed pods and scatter their contents about in early spring. Raspberry breadfruit is one variety, think. Love your garden!!!!! Trish

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  25. Oh! I just LOVE your garden posts, it is so beautiful. I live just outside of Boston in the U.S. so it's almost winter here and it is wonderful seeing all your green! it helps me dream of my garden in the spring!

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  26. I need to show MOTH this pic pronto Leigh - his vegie patch is the most undertidiest plot in the district & yours is SOOOO neat!
    Millie ^_^

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  27. Leigh, we have all enjoyed seeing the pictures of the farm. It is an amazingly beautiful place. The summer photographs are just lovely and I look forward to seeing more. I adore the garden design and landscaping that has been done. Did you do all of the design layout? Would you mind sharing with me the designer responsible for the farm? I'd love to see more of their portfolio. I'm seeking ideas and inspiration--and Brabourne Farm is a favorite!

    Thank you!
    GrannySmithGreen@gmail.com

    http://GrannySmithGreen.blogspot.com

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  28. You do have a beautiful house, but it is your garden that I covet. :)

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  29. Does anything like this really exist in Australia? I thought you don`t have enough water! Compliments! It is WONDER/MIRACLE!
    Bellissimo! Splendido!

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