Thursday, 23 October 2014

GOOD FENCES - Huntingdon House Gardens, MALAWI

Yesterday we saw the inside of Huntingdon House at the Satemwa Tea and Coffee Plantations in Malawi however today without any todo, we step onto the veranda and into the garden.  I don’t  think any more words are necessary as I do NOT know the names of the plants. 

I am linking this post with Tex's GOOD FENCES. Enjoy.









While yesterday I was showing you the inside of Huntingdon House yesterday, the 3 children were outside and I will show you what they got up to tomorrow! 

I hope you enjoyed seeing a little part of the garden today.  Perhaps they will invite me back to stay so I can do more justice to it!  

Thanks you for visiting and also  for leaving comment.

34 comments:

  1. Marvelous photos Margaret. What a gorgeous place and I thoroughly enjoyed your previous post too

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  2. The flowers are so pretty, well taken Margaret.

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  3. Wow, I just love this place. The veranda is beautiful. As are the plants, flowers and the grounds.. Lovely photos..

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  4. Amazingly beautiful rural settings. Great photos!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. Beautiful garden photos, Margaret! I really love the arbor, if that's what that is, and the flowers. Lovely.

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  6. That last flower looks exotic. And beautiful!
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  7. Oh my goodness, what incredible shots. Very pretty and unusual flowers to me!

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  8. Great pictures, Margaret. So beautiful

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  9. the gardens are lovely. thanks for linking in, margaret!

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  10. the veranda alone is wonderful but how lovely the gardens are.

    wonderful images Margaret.

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  11. Just wonderful! I would love to stroll there!

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  12. the veranda and the two chairs are calling me. would love to sit there. each photo is lovely. and the first, second, third and fifth are warring for 1st place and my favorite. can't pick one.

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  13. Beautiful place. The flowers are beautiful!

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  14. You captured wonderful pictures of this place. I especially like the first photo with the shadows.

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  15. I just visited your last post as I had missed it. What a fabulous place! I loved seeing inside and the veranda is wonderful, the grounds beautiful! Thanks for sharing this wonderful visit with us!

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  16. thats a lush pasture on the other side of the fence.

    peter

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  17. Stunning beauty of the place certainly does not need words!

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  18. I love the big fat pillars, the reflections of the chairs. The big yellow flower is fabulous!!! It is some kind of lily.

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  19. I liked that tunnel like pathway. So cosy. :)

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  20. What a lovely place to wander about.

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  21. I absolutely adore the gorgeous flowers, a beautiful spot to visit!

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  22. I did enjoy seeing the garden! Thank you for sharing it. The pictures are beautiful.

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  23. Hi Margaret,
    The photos are really beautiful.
    Why is that place called the Hunting House? Was it used primarily for hunting trips?
    Anyhow, the place is palatial. Wow!

    Thanks for sharing your joy with all of us.

    Peace :)

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  24. Gorgeous flowers and fencing. This looks like a wonderful place for tea.

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  25. I LOVE the wonderful and beautiful veranda♡♡♡ And Gorgeous fence and flowers, Margaret:-) 
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  26. Lovely post Margaret with some great photos. Just love the veranda and those unusual yellow flowers :)

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  27. Just beautiful! I enjoyed all the images, including that lovely landscape.

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  28. This looks like a perfect place to visit. Very peaceful.

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  29. Such a beautiful garden! I would have enjoyed it very much, too. Great pictures.

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