By many people's standards, it's not very big or anything special. But we live in a smallish terraced house, and many that we looked at had small outdoor spaces. This was the biggest garden we saw attached to a house we could actually afford!
It's a long narrow space, but it has small terraces, lawn, pebbles, stone, decking, trees, flowers, sometimes vegetables and strawberries, and room enough for sitting, playing, barbequeing, socialising, and general pottering.
And for posing, of course.
The ornamental cherry tree is a monster, but has beautiful blossom.
The birdbath and the statue were here when we moved in.
I'm rather fond of her.
Be still my bleeding heart.
Jessie loves being out and about.
So do I.
This is Willow.
The garden makes me happy.
It may not be Kew Gardens, but I hope you enjoyed the 50p tour, it was at the lovely Ariane's request!
And for no better reason than my love for old country classics - here you go. Sing along, admire Lynn's magnificent yellow frock, and wonder what the hell the audience are dancing to, cos it sure isn't this song!