Purple haze

There is an old homestead at Battle Hill.

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It is an Information office now but look what they have planted in the garden and what was almost moving with the activity of the myriads of bumble bees working the flowers.

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The scent of lavender was heady in the increasing heat of the morning.

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The gardener was busy weeding and feeling very relaxed in such a lovely garden.

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12 thoughts on “Purple haze

      1. bewustleven

        Oh what lovely. A beautiful house with so much lavender, I love lavender, the smell, the colours, the beauty of it. It would be a dream to live their. To the end of my life!

      2. ordinarygood Post author

        It is a most beautiful house and garden. It is not that far from the sea either:-)) Next time I visit I will go in to the house and look around if I am allowed to.

    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Thank you for you kind comment about my blog. It brings me a lot of pleasure. I admire anyone who uses English as a second language. It is a tricky, tricky language.

      Reply
  1. Northern Narratives

    That lavendar is so beautiful. It reminds me of the lavendar fields in France. I imagine the fragrance is very powerful.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Lavender grows very well in parts of New Zealand too now. My garden tends to be too wet for it but I have three plants that survive!!! The fragrance was very very full by these rows Judy. Just lovely:-)

      Reply

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