Jan Robertson organises a series of outing to various gardens. This visit in August was on the hottest day of the year - a perfect day.
These pictures record the event. Thanks to Mr & Mrs Dedman who plyed us with nice tea & lots of homemade cakes.
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The entrance name plate
Photographs by John Bowen
Our Host, Michael by one of the borders with Agapanthas and 30 year old Gerainiuns
View of the Chuch from the "Lord of the Manor's House".
One of the nicest lawns in Essex.
The Round Bee House.
The Maldon U3A Gardening Group enjoying
looking at our Host's good work
Tomatoes mixed in with the flowers to get good polination.
A Verigated Agapantha.
Our Host by one of the new Dry Gardens
Close-up of two of the lovely white Agaphantas.
The Cold Frame to bring on the cuttings
What is that on the roof?
A plant to Stop the Leak!
Hostas with hardly a Slug hole to be seen
Cabbage for the Winter in raised beds
A nice Penstemon
Seated in the shade for tea and cakes
A lovely blue Penstemon called "Misty Blue"
This is another lovely lawn - fine grass - close cut.
Anothe Dry Garden
Last look at the lovely garden.
Our Thanks to Mr & Mrs Dedman for sharing your lovely Garden with us.
Thank you Jan & the Gardening Committee for arranging such a pleasent afternoon.
The weather was kind to us as well.
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Last revised: 18th August 2009.