are you sick of gardens and garden related things yet?
don't worry after this one I promise to show only 2 more.
and then lucky you...France.
so after Highgrove and The Grove we get to drive through some of the most beautiful countryside i've ever seen (pinching myself all the way) and meet rosemary verey's garden.
how did I get this lucky?
barnsley house is set in the cotswolds and was built in 1697 by barnsley's village squire, brereton bouchier.
in 1952 david and rosemary verey bought the home and transformed the gardens into what you see today. rosemary passed away in 2001 and her son charles took care of the property until he sold it in 2009. it is now a stunning luxury cotswold hotel.
here is another one of those ideas to use in our gardens.
why not grow a hedge up behind a garden bench like this and create a back for it?
the property next door belongs to elizabeth hurley
i just loved this sofa in the entry of the house. (thank you Paula for the photo!)
and look at this bathroom.
i took so many pictures of bathrooms!
this was a good one.
if you'd like to hear rosemary talk about gardening in the english countryside
i think I'll write in my journal by candlelight tonight.