There really is not much more I can say or show in my own garden right now, it's all quite prolific, the grass is going mad, the apples and cherries continue to grow, some of the Lavender is in full bloom whilst others are just budding and I'm looking forward to collecting the seeds from the Aquilegia and Poppies for reseeding next year.
Today we are visiting the Kipling Gardens. Rudyard Kipling wrote some of his most famous works whilst living at The Elms between 1897 and 1902.
Formerly within the grounds of The Elms, Kipling Gardens are now open to the public every day where you can see the walled rose garden, a chalkland wild area, ornamental grasses and a croquet lawn.
A croquet lawn always make Alice in Wonderland spring to mind except there are no flamingo's to use as mallets!
The gardens have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag award for 6 consecutive years.
Some of the many flowers, I would have taken more but I had TC running wild and one eye squinting into the camera lens leaves only one eye on her, leaving me cross-eyed!
How does your garden grow, linking up with Mammasaurus.