October 14, 2011

27 Photos of Autumn Garden - Hand Picked

Let's go for a walk... just give me your hand and let me take you to a garden tour.


This garden was  designed first, then constructed and planted. Every plant grows in the proper place and at the same time you feel like its fully natural.    

We have just passed the entrance door on the left and now we go to the porch on the back of the garden.


Look around before we reach the porch - garden is filled with shurubs, grasses and ivy. There is just few  perennials.

Wooden porch embraced with harmonious garden - perfect!

Do you see the path on the right? .... .... it ends with...
.... sandy heath.... with different kinds of ericas ...


... general view from the porch ....

... Hydrangea Pinky Winky looks perfect with usually something missing wax begonias.... now I know what was missing....



Now we turn to the right ride of the porch...

... and see the rest...

... turning to left. Grasses play major role in this autumn garden and make it really impressive. I wonder if photo makes the justice...



DIY swing have usually 2 little female heavy users...

... hey... turn back... see that beautiful view...

... with this tree on the right...

... lantern is not too big, but makes a real statement...

... garden is designed such way, that whenever you enter the new part you can't resist and silent "wow" slips out.... 

... giant leaves of intensively coloured crimson glory vine (Vitis coignetiae) are visible from far... 



... see the furthest part of the garden filled with grasses...


.... and now turn back - we came to an end of the tour - two Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrinus' embrace the view to a house.
Beata congratulations! I love your garden!

10 comments:

Aerie-el said...

Beautiful! Thank you for the tour!

Darla said...

What a gorgeous garden! Love the see saw.

Ewa said...

Aerie-el and Darla, you are so right... I had that wonderul feeling, that everything grows in right place...

Blue Muse said...

Where do I even start? Your garden tour relaxed me. There is nothing better than a good walk outside through beautiful gardens to shed the stress of the day. I love the grasses that sway in the breeze and reflect the light in the autumn - the sweet see-saw, the meandering brick pathway and how everything looks so natural - but we all know how talented you are and how much work goes into it!
Lovely!
xo isa

Ewa said...

Dear Isa, I also love the grasses, but unfortunately this is not garden designed by me - this is Beata's design, a friend of mine. She is obviously talented about it. I am enchanted by this garden.
Xoxo, Ewa

Kathryn/plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com said...

Absolutely stunningly beautiful! A magical, mystical fairyland. How wonderful it is part of your world! Thank you for sharing! xoxo

Ewa said...

Kathryn, if you come one day here, we may visit this place :)

Jose Ramon Santana Vazquez said...

...traigo
sangre
de
la
tarde
herida
en
la
mano
y
una
vela
de
mi
corazón
para
invitarte
y
darte
este
alma
que
viene
para
compartir
contigo
tu
bello
blog
con
un
ramillete
de
oro
y
claveles
dentro...


desde mis
HORAS ROTAS
Y AULA DE PAZ


COMPARTIENDO ILUSION
EVA

CON saludos de la luna al
reflejarse en el mar de la
poesía...




ESPERO SEAN DE VUESTRO AGRADO EL POST POETIZADO DE TIFÓN PULP FICTION, ESTALLIDO MAMMA MIA, TOQUE DE CANELA ,STAR WARS, CARROS DE FUEGO, MEMORIAS DE AFRICA , CHAPLIN MONOCULO NOMBRE DE LA ROSA, ALBATROS GLADIATOR, ACEBO CUMBRES BORRASCOSAS, ENEMIGO A LAS PUERTAS, CACHORRO, FANTASMA DE LA OPERA, BLADE RUUNER ,CHOCOLATE Y CREPUSCULO 1 Y2.

José
Ramón...

Ewa said...

Jose Ramon, sorry I had to use google translator :) and I think it's beautiful poetry you added to my post. Thank you and regards,
Ewa

Anonymous said...

Breathtaking!
-Toadflax on twitter.

KEEP READING - MORE GREAT STUFF IN OLDER POSTS