Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

We returned to Scampston Hall walled garden yesterday, what a difference a few months make.

The vegetable area.

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Full to bursting!

The flower beds

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A riot of colour.

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Not enough colour?

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How’s that? Still not enough?

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Or the elegance of this?

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Or this?

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And what about the wavy grasses?

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En masse?

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We went inside the conservatory/ orangery …whatever you want to call it.

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To the Head Gardeners office! And next door there just happened to be an embroidery exhibition based on the landscape gardens of Capability Brown.

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Sorry about the reflections, it was a very hot day.

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Oh yes well worth a return visit. We had lunch too, and very nice it was.

Hope everyone finds something really marvellous this weekend.





Comments on: "Scampston Hall revisited!" (14)

  1. No relation to this post but I just saw this quote from Rumi on FB and thought of you Cathy:
    Your acts of kindness are iridescent wings of divine love, which linger and continue to uplift others long after your sharing.

  2. Wow–I liked my gardens until I saw these! Now I want to run outside and plant more stuff!

  3. Fabulous! I want a vegetable garden like that, complete with a team of gardeners please. Wouldn’t mind the Head Gardener’s office as well.

  4. Lovely views. How wonderful to see the exhibit!

  5. Stunning!
    Thank you!

  6. Oh yes. Thank you for moving this up our ‘must visit’ list.

  7. Looks lovely – AND embroidery as well – perfect.
    Love the name – SCAMPston – a place for scamps to dwell.

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