I love all that pictures... Have a nice sunday.
I love the last picture! So cute! ;)
Oh, so beautiful!I'm not much for gardening. It's hard where I live with sand for soil. I love flower and vegetable garden's though.
Marvellous! Good inspirations and excellent taste! brava bravissima! Monica
What goegoeus things - I do like weather worn garden bits and pieces..great character. It's funny how what we used to think of as junk is now quite desired!Yes, I hope to get out in the yard today but it's looking very grey at the moment.
The flower-power-dog is ingenious - SUPER!!!Have a nice and sunny weekendeVINTAGE
Lovely images Leigh. We have a labrador just like the one in the bottom photo, but unlike this well-behaved pooch he'd be racing around tearing up the flower stem! Have a great SundayKerri x
I love your hound dog sooo adorable! If only they could be useful in the garden and do a little sweeping or weeding...haha. Sorry I havn't left a comment for a while but I am always inspired by your gourgous images..hope you have a lovely Sunday at Brabourne Farm, cheers Katherine
Love the picture of the dog with the flowers. sandi
All so charming. But the dog with the bouquetI loved! You post the best pup images!!!
Oh lovely for a Sunday Leigh, gorgeous face in the last!xoxo
Leigh reading your blog daily is better than comfort food !
Karyn is right, it is like comfort food. I would love to take your advice today, however, the only gardening we could really do at the moment is some mud sliding! Forecast for more 'freak' weather here today. Enjoy your lovely garden..Rachaelx By the way, my four year old daughter is an admirer of your blog. She sits for periods of time just scrolling through the "pretty pictures".
Thanks for the lift. It has been so cold here in Georgia (USA)this year - we even had snow a 3 weeks ago. The pictures have me dreaming!
Leigh, you reminded me how late I am with my garden work! Well, maybe next week. Still wet and rainy here in Brisbane.Hope you are having a nice Sunday.XV
A little too soon here, but I have started my tomato seedlings inside, until my husband accidentally knocked them upside down today. Oops. We do have a short growing season here, but usually not that short! ~Lili
how sweet is that pooch?!! i know a border collie that could never sit that still!julesx
Oh, how I can't wait for spring to officially arrive!!!!
I feel good with these beautiful spring photos!Val
Gardening is the perfect past-time for a Sunday! Gorgeous dog! Tracey xx
Leigh - we're heading out the door right now - the sun is shining, the sky is blue & we're in shock!! Time to head to the garden centre! Happy weekend x
Dear Leigh,What fabulous images. The baskets with the spring flowers, the old galvinised watering can and the lovely old terracotta pots, the wonderful old garden chair but, my favourite is the labrador with the Amarylis in his mouth. I love him ! XXXX
... we MUST be long lost cousins ...
Thanks for the encouragement! The garden was just what I needed today... we had such beautiful weather, and all of us got stuck into it! Not as picture perfect as those lovely images!!:)
I love the dog! I can't wait for spring so I can get my hands into the earth...almost time!
How beautiful! Each photo tugs at my heart ....hurry up Spring and please let Summer's long, lazy days arrive soon and last even longer!Lovin' all the rusty metal...my goal this year...to attempt to re-create similar scenes in my gardens...If I get stumped...I'll pop into your blog...so many beautiful posts!Thank you Sandy
The one eith the dog is definetely my favourite!!Have a nice week, another Sunday over...sigh.Zaira
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That last image completely stole my heart!
Bonjour Leigh,Everything looks ready for Spring. I love those little flower pot carriers, they're so big in France right now. Your dog would feel at home here too!Have a wonderful evening!
Especially the dog is marvellous!
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