A perfectly reasonable life spins out of control . . .
Dinah said Appeldoor and I don't understand that either. Nice tulips though and very nice chimneys and a fine blank wall for plague stopping.
Appeldoorn are the archetype of Tulip. Perfect red goblets on slender green stems.This blimmin' post took me AGES - the images wouldn't line up properly, I kept deleting them by accident, and the sizing was a MESS. And I just COULDN'T get the chimneys to line up. Still, it looks nice, dunnit?
what a lovely post - looks great.
Thankyou for explaining the Appeldoorns to Zig.I was afraid she might take me literally and try to phone Max B.!I think you have those stacks in parade ground order.Lovely pics.
oh, fantastic!how utterly cool to have places like that to visit.now i have to post up pix of my 'queen of the night!' they finally put in an appearance. late season starters, i guess.
it do indeed looky lovely
lovely lovely lovelyam humming a song about a little mouse with clogs on now, something to do with Amsterdam / applesomething / tulips!
Hi all - I wish you could see the place for real. There's a sunken garden, and a white garden, a maze, and a wonderful tea-room. And I've never even been inside the house.Anybody even close to Bucks? We could meet there next April for a wander. And a cup of coffee and a lemon slice.
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