As promised I'm going to take you into Beth Chatto's Garden and I try not to talk to much, so that you can just enjoy it.
The lawn was absolutely perfect, like green velvet. One visitor walked barefoot, with the shoes holding in his hands, through the garden.
Although the garden is lovingly cared for, wildlife has found its place in it, as well. That's the way I like it.
Unfortunately I recognized far too late, that I switched on the wrong camera settings. I'm definitely no pro. Sorry about it.
The Hostas in the garden were absolutely gorgeous. On a sign was written, that they haven't got many slugs in the region and that the blue leaved hostas aren't the first joice by slugs.
Ich sah Pflanzen, die ich noch nicht gekannt hatte, wie zum Beispiel die Spotty Dotty. Die müsste ich allein schon wegen des lustigen Namens anpflanzen.
I saw plants I haven't knew before, like Spotty Dotty. What a funny name.
I loved this shrub. It was planted just at the entrance.
It's a Californian Tree Poppy.
There were many beautiful poppies in this garden. Is there anybody, who doesn't love them?
I think, we all adore it, don't we?
That's the way I wished to have astilbes in my garden as well, but here they don't grow so nicely.
That's the dry garden for which Beth Chatto is also well known for.
Brilliant, isn't it?
The tea room was placed exactly in front of the plants nursery. That's a little bit mean because I couldn't take anything with me (the plane was already occupied by the range cooker *smile*).
Das war's wieder für heute. Beim nächsten Mal nehme ich euch mit in das Eulen Refugium.
That's it for today. The next time you can join me to the owl sanctuary, if you like.
Häbet Sort / Take care