Thursday, May 8, 2014

Good Fences ~ Edition 7 ~

Some fun natural Fences at Longwood Gardens!!
 









This area of Longwood Gardens is called the
Idea Garden/Trial Garden.
Here they grow fresh vegetables and herbs to be used in their restaurant,
The 1906

I am super excited to be sharing these pretty, natural fences
protecting these fabulous vegtable gardens with
for Good Fences.
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!!
And trust me, there are a lot of fences out there
that need to be shared!!
 

45 comments:

  1. It is great they grow veggies for their restaurants! Pretty shots from Longwood Gardens, Debbie!

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  2. It is great they grow veggies for their restaurants! Pretty shots from Longwood Gardens, Debbie!

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  3. These are great shots of the Longwood Gardens! I really like the idea that they grow their own veggies!

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  4. Hi Debbie, gorgeous photos of all different kinds of fences. They look so good and I especially love the 'house' one :D)

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  5. We thought of going over to Longwood Gardens when we went down to the Quilt Show in Lancaster, but alas ran out of time. Looks like a wonderful place.

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  6. Wonderful photos - the wood fences are a favorite of mine!!

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  7. Love all of this fencing ~ actually I just got some ideas for the farm too :)

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  8. i like that! and i really love the cute, simple railing fence made from limbs. :)

    thanks, debbie!

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  9. I like those fences today Debbie, I would love to have that kind around my gardne too.

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  10. Love the photos of the natural fences. You've convinced me to start looking for some unusual fences!
    I'll have to look through my Ireland photos, too, for fences!

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  11. I love the fence make with branches and the idea that they grow their own veggies!

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  12. I love these, Debbie.

    So original, and how great they grow veggies for the restaurant!

    Have a wonderful day! :)

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  13. Oh, Debbie, I love the first one and the one with the frame of the shed...

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  14. I love this take on the prompt. Sweet and simple, yet necessary and practical.

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  15. Very pretty photos!!

    http://ladyparisienne.blogspot.fr/

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  16. What a beautiful garden area. I love the variety of fences right down to the simple pole one. Have a great day!

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  17. oh interesting and to grow for a Restaurant. Good idea.

    Like the fences you show Debbie.

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  18. Those fences have so much character! You always find the neatest places to visit. Hope you have a beautiful day!

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  19. I would love to see this garden in full bloom. A natural fence has a certain charm.

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  20. What a terrific variety! That's going to be an awesome veggie garden!

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  21. I love those log fences, Debbie, and how fantastic that they grow their own vegetable for the restaurant.

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  22. Lots of interest in these photos...would be nice to visit there... Wonderful photos and info.

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  23. Wonderful pictures Debbie!I like wood fences!!This is a very brautiful place!!Thank you for sharing!
    Dimi...

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  24. That looks like a wonderful place to roam around. Nice fences, too!

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  25. That looks like a wonderful place to roam around. Nice fences, too!

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  26. How neat that they grow their own vegetables for a restaurant! I would surely eat there! Cool fences, too.

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  27. Natural fences are something special, and you have found some really beautiful ones.

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  28. More fences than you can shake a stick at!!

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  29. Ah - these are wonderful! Beautiful gardens, too. I love the 'house' trellis! What a great place!

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  30. I was there a few weeks ago and *nothing* outside had bloomed :-( I never realizes what cool fences they have!

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  31. Longwood Gardens is on our bucket list. You took some fantastic photos there Debbie. Everything looks so pretty, and always love the look of a natural fence.

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  32. Neat fences. I like the irregular shapes.

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  33. These are great photos! I love that natural rail fence--so rustic and strong looking.

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  34. These are beautiful!! I'm so glad I get to visit Longwood "with" you when you go!

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  35. I always enjoy gardens. This one has very nice fences.

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  36. I am showing my hubby this one. We are getting ready to put in a garden. I liked these pictures that show how they arranged it all with the fencing.
    of course, our garden will be small. Thanks for sharing these photo's; awesome as usual.
    Blessings for this one!

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  37. I love seeing different gardens and this is a beautiful place. Very nice fences, too.

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  38. Looks like a great garden and a wonderful selection of fences you have shown us today.

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  39. Love, love, love this look! There's a natural grape vine arbor in this month's Veranda and it's just so pretty overtaken with climbing clematis!

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  40. That's a gorgeous place! Love those simple fences!

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  41. Neat natural fences. I'm not sure I visited that portion of LWG when I was there so it was fun seeing your photos.

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  42. great group of fences. Beautiful tulips in the one shot. Is this Longwood gardens in Pa.

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  43. great group of fences. Beautiful tulips in the one shot. Is this Longwood gardens in Pa.

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  44. i love my veggies... so this fence protecting them is great. i want to put some natural fences in my yard one day too. hope all is well. have a great day~

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