Eurambeen garden tour

Eurambeen homestead like many original mansions had extensions during its life, which you can see clearly in this photo with the different types of materials used.
 The garden was delightful and I particularly loved the border of Lambs Ears and the meandering paths.
 There were delights to be found around each corner and lots of flowers I hadn't seen before. 
Espaliered camellias will be something I aspire to in my own garden one day. 
 The various buildings on the property have been converted for B&B, and this was a school house.  It was very sweet, but I loved this side view of the veranda detail and climbing rose.
 Lots and lots of lawn to mow and luckily for us the cooler spring weather we have been experiencing,  ment there was still plenty in bloom.  Thats Mt Buangor and the paddocks in the background.
 I love flag iris and this bed had a nice mix of iris and bush roses.  I think I need to buy some bush roses!
 I love rusty metal art and the garden was dotted with different pieces.  The barb wire was from the old fencing and I am sure these disks are from farm machinery - good way to make a tree stump look pretty!
 I have always fancied growing artichokes, not to eat them but for the flowers, so beautiful but big!
Cute corrugated sheep hiding in the hedge!
 Rusty chooks, also hiding in the garden.  Perfect because they dont scratch up your seedlings!
The front of the house with a lovely original tree, which unfortunately is slowly declining due to age. You can see the enormous cypress on the far left of the photo which could not be saved, but they kept as a dead tree, for its structural beauty.  

Simply a pretty garden, well worth a visit. 
Happy quilting Sue.

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tour Sue..we have put it on our bucket list - it is gorgeous! x

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  2. wow Sue what a lovely place ,love your pics,thankyou for sharing xx

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  3. Looks like a very special place to visit.

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  4. That looks lovely! Nice to see another Edna Walling garden.

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  5. beautiful work and what attention to detail! I admire and congratulate:)

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