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We’ve been to Scotland twice and I must say that I want to call it the green island instead of Ireland. There is so many wonderful gardens and the landscape are so green.

This is one of the more special garden views we managed to get on our trips. I’m almost ashamed to say that we didn’t visit any official gardens over there…

…butt I promise to do that if we go there again!

(Which can happen since it’s one of our favorite places)

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15 Comments on “The Garden Nanny”

    Crafty Gardener said:

    I wonder if that garden nanny does digging? I sure could use a little help. Lovely photo.


    That sure is pretty! I’d love to go to Scotland one day. :-D

    Tricia CANADA said:

    Yes I agree it’d be nice if she did a little work around the garden instead of just minding the flowers. LOL Looks very pretty though!

    ruth UNITED KINGDOM said:

    this is very clever. My sister lives in Scotland and my parents used too. It is lovely.

    Sara UNITED KINGDOM said:

    What a lovely picture. Where abouts in Scotland was it?
    Sara from farmingfriends in the UK

    Melli UNITED STATES said:

    Isn’t that ADORABLE?! I love it!

    Debbie said:

    I love to walk in gardens big or small. I really like informal ones where things have been planted with no reasoning and they just blossom there. I am trying my hand at that style. I find that I am impatient sometimes which makes it very hard to garden. I want instant satisfaction and know I have to wait a few years to get a really nice look!

    I would love to go to Scotland and Ireland one day! We have a guy at work who is from Ireland and I love to hear him talk! He is a really nice person and very easy on the eye (if you get my meaning wink wink).

    Kasia POLAND said:

    What a great pic. It is soothing like silk. :)

    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Thanks. That was a very clever request of you :-D

    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    I do hope you will, because it’s magnificent!!! We just LOVE Scotland!

    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    This photo is taken in our first trip to Scotland in August 2004 when we were driving around in the east coast and the Highlands.

    It’s taken somewhere between The Boat of Garten and
    Pitlochry in the Southern Highlands, because from the photos I can tell that we were on our way to visit
    the last original ‘farm’ distillery in Perthshire: Edradour. A lovely small destillery – one of the smallest.

    Callie Ann UNITED STATES said:

    Been circling around your site for awhile now. Some good reading going on here. Trying to figure out your true home base. Not having much luck though. I see you have the US of A flag flying and that you were nominated for a english blog. hmm. Guess I will never know. but I am enjoying the ride so I will be cruising by more often. I do hope you get to the docs soon. That fibermyalgia is brutal. My aunt has it. Some days good somedays bad. Hoping for more good for you.
    Callie Ann

    Hootin' Anni UNITED STATES said:

    I love this photo!! [and I covet that chocolate fountain below in your COOKED theme for the Photo Hunt!-------I drool!!!]

    Gardening is one of my passions, and all the greenery and flowers galore just make me feel good all over!! It’s a perfect photo!!

    Happy Monday

    Lifecruiser SWEDEN said:

    Heartly welcome Callie Ann! I hope it isn’t your last stop here :-)

    So, you haven’t found the right clues obviosuly. If you click on the menu choice CREW in the top, you’ll find some answers – and the category Swedish might have led you into it too :-)

    Butt I don’t know what that “nominated as an English blog” means…? That’s nothing I’m not aware of. (If it doesn’t mean that this is an english talking blog?)

    Warmth welcome back :-)

    Praveen M Nair said:

    Gardening had always been one of my passions ,never considered it as a hobby rather took it really serious just like a mission or job or something, your article was really captivating and will surely be a source of motivation for the people who wanted to do it full time or as a hobby, even I had got the same from one of the writings when I was in my school days. The presentation which you gave was really simple yet colorful and complex if one wants it that way, you can widen the details on certain sub topics, just a suggestion but really a nice work. Anyway looking forward to read more of your stuffs, Cheers for Garden
    Praveen M Nair
    steins garden.

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