Friday, June 27, 2014

flower power


Yesterday we went to two utterly gorgeous nurseries. The Medicine Garden in Cobham, and Petersham Nurseries, in, well, Petersham. Hello photogenic places.

Now, I may have had a Veruca Salt moment when I saw this "I want a vintage silver airstream café in my garden and I want one NOW!"

Have.

You.

Ever?

No. You haven't.
 The medicine garden is very pretty. And very zen.


Hello.

 And have you ever seen a cat choose a more perfect spot for a snooze? Her name's Fifi.


And here's Petersham Nurseries. It's just sublime. I'm not going to add words - who needs them? Just drool over the pics for a while.











I need all of this in my garden. ALL OF IT.

Today we're off to Notting Hill for a wander and a shop. It's a bit grey today, and we had rain overnight. But I shan't let that dampen my spirits. It's NOTTING HILL! We even watched the movie again before we left to get in the mood.

3 comments:

  1. There's is nothing better than English summer flowers. When I moved back to Sydney I thought I'd never love our greige bush again... but here I am, living in bushburbia and thinking it's the bee's knees. But yeah, I still dream of an English country garden. X

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  2. English gardens! The! Best!

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