An English Garden

My first visit to England was in 1991 which included Scotland. Then in 2009, when I did the Europe tour I ended up in London for two days. My recent trip to England was in 2013. I fell in love with the English garden, here are some photos which I hope you like. Click on the image to view the actual size.

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A lone deck chair awaits someone wanting to relax with a book or spend a lazy afternoon outdoors.
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Hollies in abundance.
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Inside the conservatory looking into the garden.
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The garden has bird feeders of various types and sizes.
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Berries , berries, berries….
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A feathered friend perched on a feeder, waiting to take flight once the shutter clicks.
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What is a garden without roses. Such a pretty pink rose.
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A Dandelion, pretty and fragile.
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Lots of apples growing in this garden, one variety are these Russet beauties.
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Cherry tomatoes growing in the greenhouse.
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Garden filled with more apple trees.
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More berries …. Raspberry.
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Chestnuts in their spiky coats.
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This English garden even has a man-made pond.
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