Restoration of Sir Charles Barry’s Upper Parterre.

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Comments (14)

İsmail Taşoğlu (yemt… on April 24, 2010

Hello Lesley,

Wonderful picture. Very nice shot from the point of view. I congratulate you.

Best Of

I wish you a nice weekend, İsmail

Lesley Rigby on April 24, 2010

Ismail, Many thanks for your visit and good appraisal. You are very kind. :-))

Wishing you a really happy weekend, Lesley

Lesley Rigby on April 24, 2010

Ismail Many thanks for the Big BO ♥♥♥


Wonderful garden!!! Yellow star!

John de Crom on April 24, 2010

Wonderful picture Lesley.

Lesley Rigby on April 25, 2010

ilmari, Thank you for the yellow star......I must be doing something right :-))) I'm really glad you liked it!

John, Thank you for leaving such kind words. Your time is precious and I value your visit greatly!

Wishing both of you a happy Sunday, Best wishes, Lesley

sonjabgd on April 25, 2010

Wonderful park and nice photo!Sonja

Lesley Rigby on April 25, 2010

Hi Sonja, Glad you liked it and thank you for visiting!


lozpet on April 26, 2010

Very beautiful garden Lesley, the daffodils are georgeous. I think i did have 1 very early morning, must have had a bad nights sleep.What better way to while away the time waiting for the sun to come up than to look at lovely photo's on Pano, Been touring again have you? There are so many beautiful gardens in Britain, i will take a guess and suggest you would have seen 90% of them. Most of the flowers you have just put on look like alpine plants? Let me know if they are please. They are all lovely couldn't pick a favourite. Going to bed very shortly so i will bid you goodnight. Hugs in return...LOZ

Lesley Rigby on April 26, 2010

Hi Loz I have just looked to see what I have there and the only plant I would say is alpine is the Pulsatilla papageno. The rest are more woodland plants needing some shade and good soil. The Caltha is a bog plant or marginal for a lakeside or streamside.

I probably haven't even seen 9% of English gardens Loz. They are endless but we pay the price in the rainfall. You wouldn't like it :-((.....Lesley

Gintarele on April 27, 2010

Oh, Lesley! This is a fantastic beauty! Best of Panoramio! Greetings! G.

Lesley Rigby on April 27, 2010

Hello there Gintarele!

♪♫♫♪♫ to my ears! :-)))

Many thanks for the special award and have a lovely day,

Best wishes, Lesley

Fernand Metzger on September 26, 2010

Quel beau jardin , romantique et plein d'optimisme ! I like it very much, Fernand

Lesley Rigby on September 27, 2010

A beautiful message Fernand translated with no effort :-)) I'm glad you saw it that way, and a great deal of thanks for letting me have your valued opinion!

Kind regards, Lesley

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  • Uploaded on April 23, 2010
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    by Lesley Rigby
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot G9
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