Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Today's book...Good ideas for your Garden!

Guaranteed to inspire you to get out into the garden, is this lovely book from Readers Digest.







And if you don't have a garden then it is certainly lovely to browse this book... and escape into the many gardens shown in these pictures.
One of my faves.

10 comments:

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Sal

Thanks for your good wishes. Love this book. I've had mine years and it's helped me create several gardens during that time. Enjoy!

Sue x

Simone said...

This looks like a very interesting book to get ideas from. I'd read it out in the garden, in the shade with a nice cup of tea!

shabby chic said...

Hi Sal
thanks for sofa help!. That wasnt my room that its in though!(thats where I am collecting it from) I think I will collect it this week as I dont know till I get it here, if I am going to like it!. If not I will freecycle it again! .
Hope you are enjoying youre garden in this lovely sunny weather x

twiggypeasticks said...

Lovely book, very inspiring.
Twiggy x

the said...

Hi Sal, we must be mentally linked at the moment.. I was reading through the very same book a couple of days ago! A friend lent it to me years ago, and I kind of forgot to give it back ;) !! Talking of books I see you are reading or about to read some Susan Hill books. These seem popular in blogland at the moment... are they a good read?

thevintagemagpie said...

Sorry Sal, that was me earlier.. it blogged before I'd finished putting my name in...!

Suzie Sews said...

Lovely header picture...Are I type with dirty fingernails and mud on my knees...yep its gardening time...better go and scub my nails I have a quilt to work on...I think i will ind a shady spot...

Gigibird said...

I am pretty sure I had this book but stupidly lent it to someone who never returned it despite me asking for its return....

London Southern Belle said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my site :) Adore your photos! Lovely place in the blog world and I shall return.

Amanda

Mary said...

Sorry about the Gulls' loss Sal - you are a loyal supporter I can tell.

Love this garden book. I have a collection of them also and love to browse and dream at the possibilities for my little 1/4 acre! Everything is quite expensive to do though when it comes to having to hire professionals! Right now we're awaiting the landscapers hired to build a small decorative retaining wall around a front garden bed - to help with erosion mainly. Of course after months of drought it's now raining a lot so doubt they'll show today!
Thanks for "visiting" the front porch - you and Terry are welcome any time!

Love those knitted kitties so much!
Have a super weekend - are you off to Exeter by chance?