Up The Garden Path

A Place To Think show garden
A Place To Think show garden

I’m sharing a dozen garden paths we can imagine strolling up as (almost) a final hurrah for Becky’s January Squares.

They include angular paths and curved ones, wide and narrow paths, dominant ones and paths so unassuming we barely notice they’re there, in quite a range of materials, too. I’ll let the pictures do the talking:

Pool garden at Parcevall Hall gardens
Pool at Parcevall Hall and Garden
Colonial Williamsburg garden path
Colonial Williamsburg garden path
Chatsworth House kitchen garden
Chatsworth House kitchen and cutting garden
Final5 Retreat garden
Final5 Retreat garden
Darwen garden with pergola
Darwen garden
Topiary at East Ruston garden
Topiary in pots at East Ruston garden
At One garden by Will Williams
At One garden by Will Williams
Swiss vegetable garden
Swiss vegetable garden
Overhead view of Powis Castle gardens
Powis Castle gardens
Suzie Cranston's Birdhouse Garden
Suzie Cranston’s Birdhouse Garden
Paths at the Antique Rose Emporium
Antique Rose Emporium at night

After looking through these sunny scenes, I’m going to wrap up well, brace myself, and go out for my government-allocated exercise in a very windy Darwen. I hope the weather is more balmy where you are!

43 Replies to “Up The Garden Path”

  1. A Place To Think is my kind of garden. Love the colours. Hope you had a good walk – wet, grey and altogether unpleasant here so I will exercise my fingers on the keyboard instead of my feet outdoors!

    1. I hope you’re having a better time with your keyboard than I am. My Post Comment button seems to be hiding from me which is not ideal when I am trying to reply to comments. After a bit of experimenting, it is just taking a l-o-o-o-n-g time to appear.

  2. Beautiful and charming garden paths… so many beautiful estates that I take note of should I ever am able to travel again. I esp. like the photo at Ruston.
    It is bitterly cold here as well. Our high today is 17F with a gusty wind, improvement over yesterday’s 10F… I won’t mention the overnight temps!

  3. I especially liked the neat, wooden path on the first picture. Mine is looking a bit shabby now after the winter’s rain.

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