Monday, 22 December 2014

Our trip to the U.S.A. (15)- At Maynard Greenhouse

So on the same day July 6th, after the tag sales we went to visit a Greenhouse.
Marabeth wanted to buy some plants in pots for her garden and I wanted to meet Carole Maynard whom I had known through her blog and she just happened to be in the same town as Marabeth.
Carole didn't know I was going and was most surprised to see me, a reader of her blog all the way from Greece.
We chatted a little bit and then we took lots of photos of her beautiful flowers and plants of her Greenhouse.

 Look at the next two photos. One taken by me and one by hubby!

 I loved her dog!
 And we spotted some geese going to the river.

I loved that beautiful house in the neighbourhood too.
We promised to meet Carole again before we left the States but unfortunately there was not a minute free to do so.
Still the gorgeous memories of the beautiful flowers in the Greenhouse are still with me.


Sarah in Stitches said...

Looks like a beautiful place!

eleanna said...

It looks like a fairytale! Flowers, geese, lovely house...

Frances said...

Magnificent flowers and greenhouse! So lovely!

Carole said...

Ariadne you are so sweet to write such nice things about our humble little place. It truly was a wonderful surprise to see you that day. Gosh to see everything in full bloom again especially now in December. I'm often my worst critic but our place doesn't look half bad. I know your keen eye in photography does help. Thank you for that.
I wish you a Merry Christmas my friend


AppleApricot Wen said...

Such a beautiful greenhouse, full of beauty and happy colours! Wishing you a wonderful Christmas time!! Big hugs xxx

Ο κόσμος της Ράνιας said...

Τι καταπληκτικές φωτογραφίες !!!!
Τι λουλούδια, τι χρώματα !! Πρέπει να είναι πολύ όμορφα εκεί !!!!
Τα φιλιά μου !!!!!

Carmen Varner said...

These photos are stunning. I love visiting greenhouses, gardens, & arboretums. They are so beautiful & refreshing to see.

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Desire Empire said...

What beautiful flowers. How nice you got in a trip to the States. Merry Christmas to you.