With bags of seeds, catalogs, presents for DAD and DOGS and over one thousand pictures.
The Earthbound Expedition Group.
"Christmas Tree Grandma" hams it up for the camera .
The winning garden display at the 2014 Chelsea Flower Show.
The crowds gather early to take it all in.
Why have we ignored Lupines for OUR garden? Making notes to plant Lupines, right away!
And more Hyacinths too!
Orange and Purple do work together!
Oh, the romance.....
Winning designs, fantastic color combinations and inspiration to spare.
Definitely need to plant Lupines!
OH, the ROSES!
Here's just a sampling of the available sculpture at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The horses had all been sold....oh well, they couldn't fit in our luggage anyway.
The pretty edibles.
Stay tuned for shopping, eating, garden tours
and meeting up with fellow blogger Sarah and her dog Leo!
How EXCITING!!! I simply cannot wait to hear ALL about your trip!! What a spectacular show that was...your pictures are gorgeous!! I just love looking at beautiful gardens!! I do believe we need Lupines in our garden as well!! The orange and purple really are pretty together!! What a fabulous trip you must have had. So glad you had a safe trip and look forward to hearing more!!ReplyDelete
Wow beautiful gardens. I'm pretty sure I could smell all their wonderful fragrances.ReplyDelete
Aroo to you,
We see lupines in your garden in the near future.... What a fantastic show, bet your mum comes home with loads of inspiration!ReplyDelete
We can't wait to see her in some of those shoes....BOL!
XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful…ReplyDelete
Absolutely amazing...the colors...the plantings...this must have been an awesome trip! Cannot wait to see and read more.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh- all those beautiful flowers and wood sculptures!!!ReplyDelete
How fun to look at everything.
We loved the lupines and the horses!
Welcome back! The roses win my vote every time. One of the plus points of the UK climate!ReplyDelete
Looks like so much fun!ReplyDelete
Looks like you had a fabulous time and lovely weather too. Welcome home. Have a tremendous Thursday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Thanks for the tour. Looks like an amazing trip.ReplyDelete
Oh my, my mom awwed and oooed the whole time. If I marry a girl she should wear exactly that dress, it's a masterpiece. How sad that you couldn't put the wonderful sculptures in your luggage, they are eyecatchers for every garden. I hope your ma and your granny had a fabulous time visiting "the ole world".ReplyDelete
OMD your mom is HOME. Super!ReplyDelete
Now about these GORGEOUS Pictures of the Beautiful flowers and plants. WOW WOW W O W.
In Texas they call Lupines... Bluebonnets. We have some growing in our garden. And are SURE you will have some also.
OMD the Fabulous Pictures. We love Grandma Christmas Tree with the Phone Booth.
Welcome back!! It looks like a gorgeous trip. I have always loved lupines and love seeing them growing wild out on the trails.ReplyDelete
Those flowers are pawsome. Love the purple and orange flower combo.ReplyDelete
Wow wow wow - what an awesome trip and so many wonderful memories tooReplyDelete
You travelled all that way :-) and I look at your photo's of the flower show :-)ReplyDelete
Although I think one guy from Devon had a first, he wasn't very old, 24/25 something like that.
Thanks mom for such beautiful photo's. Nah, your all right about the taxi and the red telephone box ha, ha, but the others are great.....Silly coach driver, I thought every one knew where we lived.
Luv's to Wyatt from Freya Rose Blossom and her mum... x x x
OMD! The gardens are fabulous! We love all of the color! Mom wishes these were her gardens!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
What an awesome trip, the flowers are gorgeous!!!!!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta
Those are some beautiful pics!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
WOWSA!! Those are some beautiful blooms!!! I do loves those Lupines! Wows!!!ReplyDelete
I would say I want them, butts Ma would probably kill em ' anyhu!
So glads your Moms is back, and I can't wait to see the next installment!
I bet Wyatt was just so pleased to see you when you got home! Nose in the suitcase looking for prezzies!ReplyDelete
Oh my, a flower show in England! How fantastic is that. The flower beds are spectacular! I can't wait to see more!!!!ReplyDelete
Bet your both happy to have your mama back home!