I finally remembered that I told you I was going to do an entire post about the beautiful gardens that we saw on our trip to Norway and Iceland. I have to admit, I thought you might need a plan for getting through this election more. Looking at pictures of sweet Nordic gardens can't hurt either.
In all the places we visited both homes and businesses had cheery plants at the doorway. These black petunias in Norway were stunning.
And you know how I feel about post boxes...
This pic of some cabbage is the only photo I didn't edit at all. It didn't get any more perfect no matter what I did.
The buildings in Isafjordur were sweetly stark. It showcased the beauty of even the simplest flowers to perfection.
It's traditional in the Faroe Islands to grow grass on your roof. Even on the garden shed. It's an indication of just how much rain they get.
In the city of Lerwick, Shetland Islands it was all about the fences and gates...
Do you look for gardens when you are traveling? I also love to garden hunt in my hometown. It's always fun and interesting to see what other gardeners are creating around them!