Sunday, June 10, 2012

walker farm - four

gardeners in "training"
as well as professional horticulturalists
find plenty to discover at walker farm

13 comments:

Sharon said...

I'd love looking around here and admiring the wonderful plants but, I'd never subject them to my inept gardening skills.

VP said...

That is a great place...

Bibi said...

Agree with Sharon. I have a black thumb.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a wonderful adventure to Walker Farm. It appears that there is a treat at every turn and even an English phone booth in case you are out of cell range!

Bises,
Genie

Sharon Creech said...

Such an inspirational, lush place, this Walker Farm!

Bob Crowe said...

This is quite lush, with the blue sign and red train in all that bright foliage. Since I have no gardening skills (or garden, for that matter) it's a little difficult for me to interpret.

Kate said...

Looks like a delightful nursery/gardening center. All those choices would confuse me as I would want most of them.

Thérèse said...

It would be a pleasure to be "a gardener in training."

cieldequimper said...

Don't let me loose in there.

Carraol said...

Love the colors and motifs, the plants are varied and beautiful!

Doug Hickok said...

Hi Brattcat! The farm looks like a marvelous place to take in, a lovely place to dip back in time. Sorry for being out of touch for so long... Becky and I just returned from our 3 and a half week road trip out west. I'll post pictures as soon as I get settled. Nice to visit you again :^)

Lowell said...

Walker Farm would be a fun place to visit...we have a small farm near here which grows everything hydroponically. Works pretty well.

Re your question on Florida Fotos: We were standing on the shore and the sun was high in the sky, and thus the photo isn't as sharp as I would have liked.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a super place for apprentice gardeners to do their training Brattcat, it would be more like a pleasure than work.