Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Kingsbrae Gardens

          Hello everyone,

 I hope you are doing well. We are
        having  some lovely mild winter days

When I got an email from our local
garden club saying there was going
     to be a bus tour to Kingsbrae Gardens
  for those who would like to go I went
 to have a look at some photos I took
there last July on a trip to
St. Andrew's N.B.
last year.

In the summer there are so many things to
    blog about that I never got around to sharing
them so today is the day!

Kingsbrae Gardens are beautiful in
all the seasons.They have 27 acres
of beauty to explore.

I love seeing the different
plant combos.

                   I love blues in the garden.

Makes me want to have bigger
drifts of plants in our garden.

                       Charming little pump house.

  I really think we need a windmill
in our garden too! It suits my
 Dutch heritage don't you think?

There is lots more to see but
maybe another day.
Kingbrae Gardens also has
a lovely cafe that we always go
to. The town of St. Andrew's
is also loaded with charm.

             I hope to be on that bus when they go
     June 17 th. If you would like to go
           too you can check out the Garden Club
          of P.E.I. facebook ~ they plan to start
selling tickets in March. 

I will share some pretty shots of
St. Andrews by the Sea soon.

   Thank you for visiting me today.



Linda said...

Looks lovely, Carolyn. I have a feeling Andrew has a new garden project! Lol
Stay safe in the ice storm. Hope you haven't lost your electricity.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

The Victorian Girl said...

Such a beautiful garden! I love those rose trees.

A Joyful Cottage said...


Barbara Ayers said...

The big drift of purple salvia is amazing!
I love following your blog to see what gardening is like in a different climate from mine. What would you say is your coldest winter month usually? And when do you tend to get your first signs of spring?
Thanks for the window into your pretty world,

Pamela Gordon said...

St. Andrews is our go to spot as often as we can in the summer and fall. We actually got there 4 times last year and had perfect sunny, hot, no wind days every time. I must make a point of visiting Kingsbrae this year as it's been a few years since I have. Your photos are gorgeous and make me want to see it again. Thanks for sharing.

krishna said...

So lovely park... The little pump house is looking a fairy tale hour...

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