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    18 July, 2013

    Milford as in Milford on Sea? That’s down my neck of the woods! Lovely looking garden and photos – I love the sleeping lion statue. I can’t help but feel excited every time I see a ripening berry!

    Thanks ever so much for joining in and sharing x

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      18 July, 2013

      Absolute pleasure to join in, it’s a brilliant linky. I look forward to it each week (even if I haven’t posted myself)!

      It is indeed Milford on Sea! I grew up in Lymington. I miss the area so much once I’m back here in Enfield, the New Forest is utterly brilliant.

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    Helen the good life mum

    18 July, 2013

    Oh the bottom of your garden looks like a cool oasis and what a pretty helper you have

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      18 July, 2013

      Aw, thank you!

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    Charly Dove

    18 July, 2013

    What a fabulous garden – great to see some ripening strawberries too. I love the photo of your foxgloves. I too was taking photos from underneath them this week – in another garden, not my own πŸ™‚

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    Mrs TeePot (@TeePotTweets)

    19 July, 2013

    Fabulous foxglove photo, I love them

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    19 July, 2013

    A most enjoyable post and lovely photos, I especially like the white, orange centred, flowers. Flighty xx

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    2 August, 2013

    Such a beautiful garden and lucky you to have such a cute little helper, a true garden fayrie! Happy weekend! πŸ™‚


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