Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Summer memories

As the weather gets warm, I am starting to dream about summer in Lithuania , where my home and heart is. Especially that I already booked my tickets for whole 2 months starting on beginning of July. Today I wanted to share with you some of my last summer photos.


This is my little garden cottage house.


From other side.



These arches we builded last summer. You can see Dahlias are blooming, my grandmother's favourite flowers.


This is my english rossarium, I am thinking to plant some more foxgloves, lady mantel,  etc to make it look like cottage style.


This arch were built few years ago and has honeysuckle and clematis growing from both sides. I really like the smell of honeysuckle!


Lovely colours.


This is how the house looks from the street. My grandma still lives there, but one day it will belong to me.
Thank you for visiting me today. Althought I didn't share any tea related things, I hope you enjoyed watching my photos while drinking your favorite cup of tea.

23 comments:

  1. It is a very lovely piece of property and gorgeous! I can see why you miss it so!

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  2. What beautiful pictures... I love the sweet garden cottage house and all of your beautiful garden photos. :)

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  3. What a darling cottage and your grandmother's bigger cottage! This property is wonderful with all the flowers and garden! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love your little garden cottage house. It is so charming! Beautiful property! Enjoyed viewing! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  5. Beautiful! I can imagine drinking tea on the cottage porch.

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  6. Love your beautiful home. I can see myself drinking tea in that beautiful yard. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  7. It's beautiful, and the cottage on the property is adorable!

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  8. Thank you for having me.It is so sweet I wish I could grow flowers
    Hope your week is fun
    Laura

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  9. That little cottage and the garden are amazing. What a fun little home.

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  10. Oh my, what a beautiful and delightful little place! I am in love :) Thank you so much, my dear, for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. It's a joy to have you join the party. Hugs!

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  11. Oh my goodness! That is such a lovely place. My paternal grandparents were both from Lithuania. I always hoped that perhaps one day I might go there. But I think I will have to live vicariously through others who visit there.....like you! Susan

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  12. I really love your Cottage Garden House and all the beautiful gardens you have planted around it. What a lovely place to sit and stay awhile. Your grandmother has a lovely home. What beauty. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. What a darling cottage! You must sooo enjoy visiting your grandma, and must be anxious to see her again. Her house is so lovely, too.

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  14. Hello lovely friend! Yourbeautiful post has been featured at Roses of Inspiration today. Thank you for joining the party and I hope you're able to join us again. Hugs!

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  15. really beautiful, gorgeous gardens....but i would LOVE a peak inside!!!!!

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  16. Very, very pretty. A real retreat.

    Diana

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  17. The garden is just lovely. What a sweet cottage! Love your grandmother's house also. It is all eye candy. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Oh my...this looks like something right out of a fairy tale! The gardens are just breathtaking!

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  19. Sveika, kolege:) Labai džiugu, kad prisijungėt prie mūsų būrio. Sėkmės Jums. Visada lauksiu naujienų iš Jūsų namučių.

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    1. Labai ačiū, aš taip pat visada laukiu Jūsų naujų įrašų.

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