“The ‘breast of the nymph in the brake’ astounds no one”

Ever vigilant in keeping my gardening standards at the cutting edge of taste, Lady took to heart Muriel Stuart’s sage advice that gnomes and pheasants are out . . .

. . . but stone nymphs are in . . .

. . . with the happy result that my window boxes are now graced by three miniature (faux) stone nymphs.

And just as delightful: miniature garden tools for working in my pots!

One comment

  1. Cindy Davis · · Reply

    Ah, the little fairies look so sweet amongst the tiny blooms. Glad the tools made it through security!

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