Taken me far too long to discover A ‘Lil Hooha but at least I now have thanks to Jennifer’s Blogging Challenge Planner. Every month PJ shares a theme on the 1st and then on the last day of the month we get to post five photographs taken that month in response to the theme. Simple!

Well almost simple apart from the fact this month the theme was ‘Photographer’s Choice’ so I had a slight panic when it came to selecting the five. Then it came to me I have been to five gardens this month so why not choose one from each of those gardens. And so I have, starting with a vegetable patch especially for ‘The Edible Garden‘.

Lainston
The Kitchen Garden at Lainston House Hotel in Hampshire
Dahlia
Bishop of Llandaff looking more like a monster in my mum and dad’s garden
Butterflies
Where once there were dozens now we are lucky to see one. A Red Admiral in my garden
Abbey House
In the grounds of Abbey House, the official home of the Mayor of Winchester
Wisley
In one of the flower meadows at Wisley, RHS Gardens

28 thoughts

  1. Welcome to the challenge and I hope we see you in future months! 😀

    I think you did a good job with the theme this month. It’s always hard just to pick five when it’s such an open theme like this one was. Love the second one down. Really cool shot!

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  2. Hi Becky, loved all your pictures but especially the one of Wisley as when we lived in London we used to visit at least twice a year as every time we went there was something new to see. The flower in your mum and dad’s garden reminds me of the plant in Little Shop of Horrors, just a much prettier colour.

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    1. Thank you so much Pamela . . .Wisley is wonderful isn’t it. It is the half way point for a friend and myself, and so we are meeting there regularly for walks, As you say always something new to see
      hee hee . .I know!! Going down there tomorrow just to check it isn’t 😉

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