I hope you had a relaxing bank holiday yesterday! Today I would like to talk with you about flowers again. Last weekend I visited a beautiful flower garden in the northen part of Germany, next to the Danish border and the North Sea, called North Frisia. The mother of my friend Clara, from the lovely blog Tastesheriff, lives in a beautiful house with a thatched roof, similar to the house my husband’s grandmother used to live in, in Cambridgeshire.
Once a year, they open their beautiful garden for the “Narzissenfest” – the daffodils festival.
More than 100,000 flowers covering more than 100 varieties of daffodils can be admired in the garden.
The planting is very wild and the tall grass is mixed with wild flowers. It all seams so natural and tasteful. One thing I really like in Clara’s house is the colour blue, which can be spotted everywhere in the house and in the garden: the doors, the bench, the flower pots, the window frames are all blue.
We had a piece of cake in their wonderful living room that they open to the public for that week-end and which is paved with gorgeous tiles from floor to ceiling.
I wish you all a great day today!
Talk to you soon,