in Lifestyle Love It WIN Garden Tour of Douentza, 19 June 2018 by Norman Darlo June 20, 2018, 11:26 pm 511 Views 10 Votes 18 Comments Share Tweet Pin Can you spare 10 minutes while I take you for a wander around my beautiful garden? Come along with me – you won’t regret it 🙂 More videos at Gardening at Douentza – YouTube channel Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 10 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PindarloDouentzagardenGardeningGardening at DouentzaIrelandWexford Written by Norman Darlo youtube 18 Comments Leave a Reply This is a Great to see. Log in to Reply I had no idea.. I am speechless.. Wow Norman. I could spend years here just photographing everything. Wow 1 Log in to Reply Thank you! The best part really is that it is constantly changing. If I go out there tomorrow there’s be something new in bloom that wasn’t there yesterday 🙂 This afternoon we were open to the public and more than 50 visitors came – I was pleasantly surprised 😮 1 Log in to Reply There is so much I don’t know about you. So you two open it for the public? I can sure see why. Wow. Now, about that question in the other post. Got a tent? 1 Log in to Reply So, it changes daily huh? We need more vids!!! Really, I would love to see more. more more more. Log in to Reply If it’s more vids you want, my wife has published more than 800 😀 😀 https://www.youtube.com/gardeningatdouentza 1 A big six-man tent is sitting in the attic! We open the garden to groups by appointment throughout the summer (usually gardening groups) and a few weekends we open to the public. We’ve been doing this for several years now, though had a hiatus last year. I think you’ll find there’s less you don’t know about me than you think. I’m pretty much an open book 🙂 1 Log in to Reply OMG, this is a corner of paradise, beauty everywhere – wherever you look!!! Thank you so much for sharing this joy – the perfect result of many efforts!!! 1 Log in to Reply You are always so encouraging, Anastasia! Thank you for your positivity 🙂 1 Log in to Reply your garden is amazing mon Capitan! I cannot imagine the hours of work, the thousands of stones, the fingers raw from digging. A labor of love! 2 Log in to Reply Truly a labour of love, Scott 🙂 Thanks for your kind words. Over here on the Right Bank, we have invented wondrous metallic implements for digging, sparing our fortunate fingers so much rawth. Perhaps we could together profit from selling such tools to the colonies? 😉 1 Log in to Reply Ah in the colonies we just use bulldozers 😉 Or apparently we throw starburst candies to other countries. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply 😀 😀 😀 Log in to Reply It’s really nice garden,I am jealous too. 1 Log in to Reply Don’t be jealous – come visit instead 🙂 Log in to Reply WOW! Norman I am so jealous. Your wife must be some kind of a gardener and I hope she has help. It was like I was strolling through my local nursery. You have it all! I saw flycatchers I saw when growing up, roses, passion flowers, fuchsia, greenery, and then all of the cute little statues, especially Mr & Ms Mouse, adorable. Then the tables and chairs and benches made it all look so cozy. Then the succulents. Oh my goodness. Beautiful is all I can say. 1 Log in to Reply Oh, Carol, it’s lovely to read your encouraging words! I’m the help, as well as Ori and Sam when they are available, but yes it’s mostly down to Rachel! 1 Log in to Reply I knew that, she is doing a beautiful job, you all are. I could tell it takes a lot to maintain. And I also loved the grasses, both green and gold, blooming in the wind. A great day and weather for the video. 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.