SWEET HOME AND GARDEN CHICAGO
THank you for that wonderful video. What a great idea. I think I need to take a trip there sometime soon.
You're welcome, Marie. Thanks for visiting.
I couldn't even bring myself to push the button, Carolyn... this was one of my most favorite places in the world but I haven't been there in a decade. Sigh.Annie at the Transplantable Rose
I love the place, too, Annie.
I pushed the button. Beautiful gardens, I'll have to go see them in person sometime!Carol at May Dreams Gardens
Hi Carol,Annie is homesick for Chicago! Thanks for visiting and you should go to the Chicago Botanic garden one day. It's a real treat.
Homesick for some parts of it, anyway!! I gave in and watched the video - thanks for the link, Carolyn. We first started going there in the early 1980's, when the Japanese garden, conifers, entrance, English Walled garden, etc, etc. were still in the planning and design stages. It was fun to watch how much had changed on our return visits, once or twice a year. Annie at the Transplantable Rose
Thanks, Annie. I'm sure the video was not as good as your actual return visits.How exciting to watch the Japanese and English Walled garden evolve. Those are two of my personal favorites.