Hello everyone and welcome to the #MyGloriousGardens October link party hosted by myself and the lovely Ann from Garden limited. We are both very proud of this lovely community of fellow bloggers and so love reading all your posts. It’s always lovely to read new posts from bloggers we know and from new bloggers so come and link up and join this friendly community!
Autumn is offically here! I took the beautiful photo in the post cover at Westonbirt Arboretum last Autumn. I’m looking forward to visiting again soon as it’s quite near our house. Have you visited any amazing, outdoor places recently? Do you have any gardening tips for us? Do you want to share photos from your own garden? Have you any advice for newbie allotmenteers? Any posts are accepted! We love to read them all.
My featured post from the September linky:
I loved Jane’s post called, Winter gardens to visit: part one: Camellia Gardens.
Jane is in Australia so is entering Spring. This post showcased some absolutely beautiful Camellia’s! Do pop over and take a look at Jane’s post. I’m hoping for some more gorgeous spring and summer posts from Jane to help us get through the dark winter months that are to come! Other Southern Hemisphere bloggers welcome!
Pop over to Ann’s blog to see who she has featured.
Instagram featured posts
You can join in on Instagram using the #MyGloriousGardens hashtag for a chance to be featured each month! Please do pop over to Ann’s to see who she has chosen to be featured.
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While in Iowa, visited the @seed_savers_exchange Heritage Garden. The fall garden is winding down but still so beautiful. And I definitely need to grow amaranth next year. • • • #midwestgardening #gardening #gardenchat #gardenersofinstagram #flowers #fallgarden #grow #flowerphotography #naturephotography #liveinfullblume #slowflowers #gardenjournal #localflowers #locallygrown #mygloriousgardens #gardenblogger #flowerstagram #flowerlovers #flowergrower #minnesotagrown #flowerlover #farmlife #countryliving #seedsavers #heritagegarden #heirloom
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CRISP & COLD | And so this is where it begins… the autumn colours, the jeans and boots, the Sunday roasts and the snuggles in front of the fire. Conkers. Halloween. Pumpkins. X Factor. So many reasons to love Autumn, but can I be the first to have a moan about it being too cold?! #coldbloodedpeopleofinstagram #autumn #fall . . . . . . . . . . #coolmumclub #lionessmama #rememberingthesedays #cat #catstagram #mytinytribe #hotlips #salvia #mygloriousgardens #homeetc #ukparentbloggers #snaphappybritmums #blueskies
Time to link up!
The Linky Rules
1. Link up to 3 posts when the party goes live at 7am on October. It will be open for 2 weeks.
2. Tweet your post and tag @oldhouseinthes1 @gardenlimite for a retweet.
3. Please do read and comment on both of the hosts posts and the post linked before yours.
4. Comment on as many other posts as you would like to spread the linky love.
5. Add the badge to your post so we can see it on your post. This is below.
6. Come back to the next link party to see if your post was featured.
7. Join in over on Instagram and use the new hashtag #MyGloriousGardens for a chance to be featured.
That’s it! Time to get linking. Click on the word INLINKZ just below and follow the guide to link your posts.
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A blog about the renovation of our old house and it’s garden in the English countryside. I also blog about interiors, general gardening tips and visits to glorious gardens.