That looks like a fun tour. Those pink chairs look very whimsical.
Love the pink Adirondack chairs. Perfect! :) Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a thoughtful comment. I appreciate it.
Beautiful photos - you should link this to Shadow Shot Sunday this week!
Love the gate. I have always wanted a gated garden. Ran out of money, maybe in my next life. Love the pink chairs, adds some fun. Thanks, Richard, from My Old Historic House.
What a cozy garden!
what a beautiful garden,, I love those gates.
A scrolled entry gate into a sunken garden - heaven! The pink chairs set off the pink blooms very well. What a fun tour that must have been.
I love the pink chairs, and I may unashamedly steal the idea when I replace the Adirondack chairs in my main rose garden ... the former one was sage green, and I now think that a pop of pink may be just what this spot needs.Greetings from another dog rescuer!!! My breed of choice is greyhounds.Connie
What a nice garden. Love the pink Adirondack chairs and garden gate.-Lynn
Thanks for sharing this secret garden, how I'd love to sit and drink in the tranquility there.I have a friend that has decorated her whole backyard in the same shade of pink and also uses lots of pots of pink impatiens. It might not be for everyone, but I like the effect and it brightens her shady garden as well.
What a great garden and I love Pepto Pink!Carol
I love garden tours...and now I am wanting some pretty pink chairs. Love those.Me, too...could eat Lemon Curd right out of the jar with a spoon.:)))
Wow, a very lovely garden and the gate is beautiful. However, the chairs are a little too pink for me. I can see them near a lake or beach but not in my back yard. Your previous post shows the shows your artful nature. Peace
I agree with Lady Di Tn...that gate is gorgeous! I wqould love to have some chairs like that in red! Reminded me of Bubble gum...not Pepto Bismo. :)
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