1. Robur says:

    Your categories seem very polarised.

    1 and 2 imply that you can’t stand a garden; and 3 to 5 imply that you really like it.

    I wonder if that means anything. Perhaps that there are no gardens to which you are indifferent.

  2. tina says:

    I rate it a 5! Love it!!!

  3. p3chandan says:

    Hi Catherine, you have such a beautiful front garden that is so vibrant in colour with a good mix of colourful blooms esp the irises that stand out than the rest. I love anything purple!

  4. Sara says:

    I am amazed how well the petunias still look. It is much drier here and mine are looking very sad until a rain comes. I think the arbor fencing or whatever you call it, always makes things up against it look so tidy. It is all very inviting as if to say, “Come on in, we are nice people!” What is the pole structure to the right?

  5. Missy says:

    Love your rating system and yes I’d sling my hammock there

  6. PatioPatch says:

    Catharine, I’d give this garden *** but ***** for the originality of your post categories

    Laura x

  7. hazeltree says:

    definately! Without a doubt!

  8. Meredith says:

    Catharine, it’s lovely, but not necessarily my style. Still, I can appreciate the skill and the hard work it took to create it. 🙂

    Is it yours? It’s my first time here, so I don’t know if that’s a recurring series that you do, with pics around town, maybe…

  9. Rough Rosa says:

    It is a nice garden though slightly formal to my taste. Although the petunias are vibrant, my eyes can’t help focusing at the fruit tree on the left. I say I’d sling a hammock too here…

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