Sunday, 27 July 2014

65. RHS Tatton Park Flower Show 2014

Hello everyone, I hope you're well! Yesterday, I went to the Tatton Park flower show with my friend Misbah and Misbah's younger sister, Manika. Misbah and I actually went to the Tatton Park flower show last year too but unfortunately, I never got round to doing a post about it on here. I was definitely not going to let that happen again so I'm just going to warn you now that this will be a beastly post with lots of photos so enjoy!

I used to love the xylophone as a child!

Sheep and a snazzy sofa.

I need that table and chairs! So pretty.

Giant picnic basket.

I love all the bright colours!

A lovely idea and some very adorable bears! I wanted to buy the whole basket!

Chester Zoo garden.

I love Bonsai trees!

Lily pyramid.

Misbah and I <3 

This evil kitty reminded me of Patbot's cat from The Postman Pat movie.

Cake and jam.

He's working hard!

I'm utterly in love with this bird.

Had a chat with one of the teachers from the primary school whose pupils made this garden. Children from Years 1-6 volunteered after school for two and a half months, bless them. They did a grand job. I love the owl!

I offered them some sunscreen but the damage has been done.

I love the use of colanders and socks, very thrifty!

World War One memorial garden.

I want this summerhouse in my garden to watch the sunset and read in.

They should have chandeliers like this.

Moons- very fitting for Eid.


Drums and flowers, who'd have thought it?

I wanted to join her, you can't have a picnic alone!

I've decided that all gates should be duck egg blue.

Massive marrows!

We didn't plan to wear the same colours beforehand, promise! :P
Phew, we've almost made it to the end of the post. I've got a treat for those of you who have made it to this point...
I'm sure nobody would notice one missing if I took one, right? (Don't worry, I didn't as tempting as it was, I'm no thief!)

Comment below with what your favourite flowers are! I love gerbas and bluebells. 

Until next time, take care and Eid Mubarak to those of you celebrating!


Mancunian Sheep x