National Trust / Hidcote Manor Garden

Cotswolds = Hill of the sheep.

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It is Manor House of 350 years old!
I am sorry only that a shower is lukewarm.

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It is a meal every day while looking at this  The Old Garden.

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A bathroom of this wonderful Delfttile!  It is active as a toilet.

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This is big Deodar Cedar.
These wooden pushcart and fork are the United Kingdom, well.

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It is the wonderful warehouse of the straw-thatched roof.

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The difference of the tool is interesting.

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It is repaired the straw-thatched roof all over the off-season.

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Round form is beautiful.

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The Fuchsia Garden

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The Stilt Garden

It is totally like the building.

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Scenery of a hill connected far and wide is always whited out by fog.

I like the foggy day.

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Gordon-san who talked about a color, psychology, philosophy, a design, direction like a story.

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The Bathing Pool Garden

He makes a scaffold and is trimming it!

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Bookshelf of the NToffice☆

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It is lunch 30 minutes in the U.S.A.
A Tea break of the morning is 30 minutes in the U.K.

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Robin who comes over every day when I work.
It calls in a very beautiful voice.

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Glass House

Potup

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Watering

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The Hydrangea Corner

The pruning of Helleborus.

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Spring preparations

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The Garden Yard

Matt-san was able to teach the maintenance of the Hedge clipper.

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I used earplugs with a safety glass and Hedge cut it.
It was comfortable, but was very heavy.

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 The Plant House

In the National Trust, basics are organic, and the chemical is the last means. At first I wiped the leaf attacked by damage from disease and harmful insects with eco-solution by one piece.

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A neighborhood was Yea Animal God !

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