October 17, 2013

wild and free









Our garden is wild and free, an untamed space where nature is just taking it's course.

The climbing ivy random plant on the fence has turned a deep crimson, so striking against the pale blue autumn sky.

We have a hundred or so windfall apples to collect from the deep, long grass.

I discovered a little patch of mushrooms at the end of the garden.

This lawn is going to need some work, I can tell.


Joining in with Annie's 'How Does Your Garden Grow'.


16 comments:

  1. She's a lovely wild garden.

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  2. Those little mushrooms are so cute (if random mushrooms in your lawn can be called cute, we have a great pile on our lawn, and they are not cute!).

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    1. yes I only noticed them yesterday when taking these photographs. Funny what you see when you take the time to have a good look :) x

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  3. The one thing I would love is an established fruit tree in my garden. It reminds me of being a little girl again! Lovely photos x

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    1. yes we certainly lucked out on that front, though I feel so guilty letting so many fall! thank you for your lovely comment x

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  4. How lovely - give me a natural garden over a prim and proper 'everything-in-its-place' garden any day of the week. What will you be doing with all the apples? When your apple trees are more mature I'd LOVE to make cider - even it's it's just a teeny bit.
    You always take such brilliant photos and this week is no different x

    I LOVE Autumn! Thanks for joining in xxx

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    1. thanks Annie, that's very kind! ooh yes, cider... yum! at the moment it is apple cake after apple cake (no bad thing) x

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  5. Lovely photographs, the red berries and apples are fabulous x

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  6. Wild and natural is beautiful! I wouldn't change it.

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  7. Beautiful photos of a beautiful garden, sometimes wild is best ... we have lots of fungi here too and I love them ... I am constantly photographing them, a little sad really ;) ... Bee xx

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    1. thanks Bee! they are great to photograph though aren't they, such strange little things! x

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