Kia hora te manno
Kia whakapapa paumamu te moana
Kia tere te Karohirohi

May the calm be widespread
May the sea glisten like the greenstone
And may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

JAW DROPPING, EYE POPPING, BREATH TAKING

AWESOME, SPECTACULAR, and any other adjectives you wish to use, to describe the beauty of the Golden chain tree arbors. These are to be found at Bayview Farm and Garden where I buy most of my plants.
Golden Chain trees have been trained to grow over two large arbors, creating two golden tunnels to walk through.






15 comments:

Randy Emmitt said...

Wow that is really something! Never seen anything like it either.

Grace Peterson said...

Hi Jen, I notice they planted purple Allium beneath the trees. This reminds me of the late Rosemary Verry's Laburnum walk, part of her gardens at Barnsley House. Have you seen the photos? For years I had the fantasy of creating a similar feature in my garden...such grandiosity.

I think I'll click on over and take in the eye candy of Bayview Farm and Garden. Your photos are indeed jaw dropping!!

Winny Widyawati said...

woow, what a beautiful harmony...:)

Cyndy said...

Great photos! That's a stunning effect.

flower Philippine said...

I definitely agree with you there, this post is so breath taking. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.


-pia-

Darla said...

That is stunning! We would all love to have that walk under..

Ali Honey said...

That's beautiful. Your photos are better than the ones on their own site!

Heather said...

Wow, that looks gorgeous!

Carrie said...

i like that!!!

Jenni said...

wow wow and lovely wow!

Tufa Girl said...

absolutely stunning!

Anonymous said...

makes you want to cry it's so gorgeous! Looks like heaven.

Rug Repair said...

No adjective is good enough to describe the loveliness of those photos. It is breathtaking beyond words.

Bangchik said...

Delicately beautiful. There must be a hint of paradise as we walk through those yellow flowers. ~bangchik

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So beautiful! I wonder how they took care of those plants. Perfect.