Ever since reading (and re-reading) that book as a child the whole idea of a secret garden has always fascinated me. I love stories of secret passageways and hidden rooms, so a lovely little garden, tucked away and seemingly forgotten by time is a delight to discover.
As one follows a pathway into what seems to be a wild part of the garden, there appears an entrance into constructed ruins… as if there were just the foundations of some long ago brick abode, all with garden-wise sayings and vining plants and a fountain.
Divided into several small rooms, including one with heavy mists to cool off visitors on hot summer days, this is my favorite portion of Innis Garden.
Mists that cool on a hot summer day… and lend a little mystery.
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Hi, stopping by from Garden Voices. That is indeed a lovely garden, thanks for sharing!