Tuesday, 29 July 2014

It's not just about the Flowers!

Tatten Park Flower Show

Thank you for all your lovely comments and best wishes for my little trip.
I went to Tatton Park flower Show, which is annual event held in Cheshire in the north west of England. I have been looking forward to it for months and it didn't disappoint, so before you go any further make yourselves a cuppa and enjoy the photo's but please be prepared for visual overload you may have to visit a few times to get through them all :)






























Specially for Pammy Sue
































Hope you all enjoyed your stroll through Tatton Park Flower show, we had a fabulous day, there was far too much to see in one day and I spent too much money but I can't wait to go back again next year.

I will be visiting and trying to catch up with you all in the next few days. :)






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23 comments:

  1. OMG, so much yummy goodness!!!! Far too much to choose to comment on, but it is all wonderful. I am so glad that you had such a great time and that you treated yourself as well. xx

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  2. Great photo's, thanks for sharing xxx

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  3. I feel like I am right in the middle of it....so many great photos.

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  4. Wow, what a truly AWESOME flower show. I have never seen anything so very grand. All the flowers were so bright and bold. It was like a sea of glorious colors. Loved all the displays. I wish I could of attended this lovely show. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Judy

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  5. What a mammoth post Linda, such an amazing visual tour of your wonderful day, I have 'liked' this on Bloglovin just so I can come back again and again. There is so much here to inspire me, I just know I will be drooling over these pictures again and again. Thank you so much for posting (note to self ... visit Tatton Park flower Show next year) x

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  6. Wow, that was a fun post! I saw so many crochet things I loved in those first pictures, and the flowers and plants are stunning. I wish I could buy one of those Buddhas!! I don't see many around here for purchase.

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  7. This is amazing!
    I looked again,and again,and again...-it's wonderful!!!
    Have a nice week,greeting.:)

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  8. Hey, my tea got cold!! What beautiful photos of absolutely everything Linda!! I would probably come home a lot lighter in the wallet too. I especially like the hobbit home, the metal birds and the willow (?) sculptures. Such cool stuff. Next you'll have to show us what came home with you ;) Wendy x

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  9. Lovely pictures!! I enjoyed seeing them:)

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  10. Wow - looks like you had a great time. Your photos are lovely, Linda.
    I really enjoyed seeing them.

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  11. Ha debido de ser un viaje fabuloso, y seguramente lo hayas pasado fenomenal. No es de extrañar porque es precioso todo lo que nos has mostrado. Todos los trabajos de artesanía formidables y que flores, tan bien cuidadas. Un besito muy fuerte

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  12. Fabulous pictures! Thanks so much!

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  13. Oh goodness! I could just spend all day wandering, its a feast for the eyes to be sure! Have a great time! :)

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  14. Well that was a feast for the eyes, what a fabulous show to visit. My favourite photo was the next to last one with what looks like a hobbits house with a little round red door, I could quite happily live there I think.

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  15. Oh what a gloriously coloured post filled with visual delight!! Just visiting your lovely blog via September Violets....so, so happy to have found your lovely blog. It was a pleasure to take a stroll and drink in all those pretties!!

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  16. So much to see there! Thank you for sharing. I would love to go to a show like that someday. I love those braided rugs too, the heart-shaped one is adorable. I'd like to have it for my kitchen. :)

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  17. What an amazing show, no wonder you were looking forward to it. Gorgeous things to see.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  18. Wow! Amazing photos! Thank you for sharing :) xx

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  19. Beautiful photos from the Tatton Park Flower show! I enjoyed looking through them :) looks like you had a good time :) have a great weekend!
    Lisa

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  20. Wow Linda - what a blooming fabulous day! Its always amazing to picture events through other people's eyes...and cameras! Thanks for a bright injection of colour!
    Ali x

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  21. Good Morning Linda, Oh dear, I am so sorry I am late in reading your blog, just not enough hours in the day. You have provided us with such a treat and I am putting the Tatton Park Flower show in my diary for next year. I spoke to George about it and he said mmm, but when I showed him the bonsai display, the cacti and the air plants he was all for going, as he is a keen grower of bonsais and cacti.
    I loved the round Hobbit door....and the cottage garden, with the blue and white teaset on the table, is so lovely, just waiting for us to have a cup of tea.
    When I first saw the metal ducks, I thought they were cute and then I noticed one was, what I thought, being sold as a dead duck, which I thought was a little strange, because I thought to myself 'who would buy that' and then I realised it had fallen over...
    it's worrying how my brain works!!
    I have loved looking at the photographs and you have introduced me to somewhere I would love to visit.
    Have a lovely weekend Linda.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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    1. Thank you Daphne, I'm glad i have inspired you to visit Tatton Park, you will enjoy it I'm sure, haha you made me laugh about the duck. I will put a notice up next year just to remind everybody when this show is on. :) xx

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