Hi Teresa - Hope you had a great weekend! I've been waiting for you to do a garden post. YES!!! Thank you! I love every single photo of this amazing garden by the master: Jacques Wirtz!! BTW, his books are incredible. Talk soon....XO,Loi
what a spectacular garden, teresa! i'm mesmerized and inspired. thank you so much for sharing.smiles to you and sending sunshine to your door!michele
Teresa your timing is perfect with this garden since we're in the process of putting in a few gardens right now and these are fabulous inspiration. XXDebra~
How lovely and romantic! I would love to have a garden like that with all of those waterways, etc...but only with tons of gardeners doing all the hard work - I have a black thumb! Have a great week Teresa - best of luck catching up a bit!
What a gorgeous spot to get lost in! But I'm with Barbara and prefer to have some help with the hard work... And with that I'm off to the garden store to do something about the urns on our front porch that still contain pine cones from last Christmas. For shame. Good luck getting it all done, Teresa! XO
Oh my gosh, how beautiful!Tis the season for gardening and I've been very inspired as of late. I even snuck in a little garden time over mother's day weekend. Pure bliss. Shiree'
So pretty! Love this time of year.
Garden bliss, indeed! Our garden in Belgium wasn't as glamourous but Mother did have a special touch with roses. A beautiful way to start the day... Thank you, Teresa!xxoo
Beautiful garden, and I especially love the passageway with the shaped headers: gorgeous!www.donnaviningblog.com
Teresa that is such a fabulous garden; Love the statuary and design!xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
Wow. If that were mine I'd live out there in it. Just beautiful!
That first garden -- truly enchanting.It has poured in my part of the world for several days ... hoping pretty blooms follow soon.
Teresa I want to get lost in this garden!! I would love to sit out there with a book in my hands and get lost in it.Christy
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