Sunday, June 14, 2015

View from A Friend's Terrace

The beauty of mature landscaping photographed from the terrace of a friend. Then I went home to my weed patch. Sigh.

9 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Oh, be still my heart! If only I could somehow manage to create a scene like that in my own yard! Sigh.

Candice said...

Wow! No wonder they call it New England.

Erica Sta said...

Look like a traditional english Garden ... It's fantastic!

Debra Phillips said...

are you in england?!?!
stunning!
debra

Content in a Cottage said...

Debra Phillips -- No. This friend's 1929 house is near me right here in New Jersey USA. The wife of the original owner was a landscape architect and the grounds are wonderful.
xo, Rosemary

Joanne S said...

It's really quite simple in design but so, so lovely. Proves that "good bones" in a garden are the most important parts. Thank you for giving me something beautiful to look at, think about and laugh about each day when I check in here.

What's cooking lately?

The Queen Vee said...

Oh so that's my problem, I should have married a landscape architect....too late now. This is lovely and so is yours plus I know we'd all feel comfortable and less intimidated by "The Cottage" grounds.

Penelope Bianchi said...

They are anything but weeds! I love clover; and so do the bees!

He Who Loves an Old House said...

Stunning! I need the help of whoever designed this! It's got a lovely, old English garden feel to it, and I adore it!