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Images of my garden, Cotswold Road, Windmill Hill, Bristol. I like to keep my garden wild and natural so I feel like I am in the countryside in contrast to the industrial views that surround me. In the olden days it would have been a traditional Victorian kitchen garden. One side has no fence just ancient shrubs. I have an apple and plum tree, a pond with frogs, a fire pit and a river/stream at the end of the garden.

Apple tree.

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Apples.

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Pyracantha shrub in autumn.

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Bird box nest.

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Ancient branches.

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Snow.

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Rory, Tara and Jasper.

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Honesty grown from seeds.

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3 responses »

  1. What a beautiful garden. So alive, it really does feel like a slice of English countryside. Oh and I love the bird box! x

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  2. Hi Gigi! You must come over and have drinks in the garden when you are in Bristol!

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  3. I love wild gardens too – it looks magical!

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