Monday, 25 June 2012

Baginton Village Open Gardens - 2012

Well, we safely made it through one of the busiest weekends we have had yet (and believe me, we've had some pretty busy weekends this past 18 months or so!). We managed to help the Small Person get her flowers and portrait of the Queen ready for the Church flower festival, we managed to get our scarecrows made and put out on display (can you believe someone smurf-napped our boy smurf on Saturday night? Poor Smurfette was all alone on Sunday), Mr Bogert made the brownies for the the ladies selling refreshments over the event weekend at The Old Rectory, I managed to make sure the Smaller Person's flower fairy was at the Church in time for the Toddler Group display, all whilst still dealing with the usual day to day running about. Madam had Apple Club on Friday evening, dancing Saturday morning, and then we had to go back for a dance group photo shoot for the summer show program. Her little life is far more active than mine!

By 2pm we were free to wander around the open gardens, and we were lucky enough that it hadn't rained. Mr Bogert's Mum and Auntie Dawn joined us.

Nanny, the Small Person and Auntie Dawn.

Garden one.

Garden two.

Garden three.

Garden four.

Garden five.

Garden six.

(still garden six.) Imagine sitting in the shade with a drink with this view from the end of your garden :)

(still garden six.) And this is where you would be sitting.

Garden seven.

Garden eight.

(still garden eight.) The Smaller Person examining a stone hedgehog :)

Garden nine.

Garden ten.

(still garden ten.) Searching for the mouse from The Gruffalo.

(Still garden ten.) There he is!

Garden eleven.

I wish my garden was as lovely as any one of these gardens!

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