Rosemundy Cottage wisteria in Devizes, England ©2013 JSD Photographs
Garden in Ambleside, England ©2013 JSD Photographs
I like them….very cool. Who are you challenging?
Thanks, Elayne,…saw both of these on our trip to the U.K. Actually, we, the bloggers, are being challenged…I think. 😉
That certainly gives new meaning to ‘rock garden’. Lovely.
Ha-ha, it certainly does. 🙂
Love the vines; very cool!
They actually wrapped all the way around to the front of the house and appeared to be so precisely placed. I imagine it was really lovely when the wisteria was in bloom. I just wished I could have stayed long enough to see it in it’s glory. 🙂
We lived in the UK for two years, and I loved to see the wisteria in bloom.
Lucky you!…for seeing it bloom and to live in the UK for two years. 🙂
What is the background for the weekly photo challenge? Is this a self challenge or a group project?
I believe it’s one of the challenges that provide an ‘inspiration’ on a blogging topic. There is also a writing challenge. Go to http://dailypost.wordpress.com/ and you can follow their daily posts. You’ll see the support offered by the WordPress staff. Hope that helps.
If I remember correctly, you were designing your own garden. Hope it’s coming along!!
Aaaah, as with so many things in my life, my ADD kicked in and sent me off in a different direction. So my efforts are minimal. My favorite flowers, impatiens, are not being sold anywhere near here, but I did manage to put in a small amount of vegetables. I’m hoping that I’ll have better luck this year at keeping the d%@m squirrels away from them. They want to take a bite of every single tomato, every squash, etc. I am trying rhubarb. We’ll see what they do about that, the little buggers. 😉
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