17 November, 2011

Spring Flowers and all things beautiful at Whitley.

Part 3

This is the Finale!
More flowers, glimpses of the house, the Italian planted hillside, the peacocks and  so much more.
I took over 200 photographs, but where do I stop?
So many flowers, I love the pom pom poppy, not sure if that's what you call it but it looks just like one!

The Italian planted fields

Fruit Tree Arch

Tennis Court
Tennis Pavilion

Gates leading to the nut tree garden

Peacock Show

The Stables

There are so many beautiful gates on the property
Friendly little beast
Duck pond
The Lily Pond

The Gazebo

The magnolia Garden

Security at the gate!
I hope  you enjoyed this  little piece of paradise set in the rolling hills of the Southern Highlands. 

On my next post I will share a recipe for a very good, no fuss Honey Icecream which happens to be a recipe from Whitley!
Jenny Ferguson is a very keen gardener and cook, once chef and  owner of You And Me, a popular  restaurant in Sydney many years ago.
 In Jenny's latest book 'A year in my garden' she shares her seasonal recipes along with her beautiful photography of the changing seasons in her garden 'Whitley'.


  1. Bee, totally divine - the long views are stunning! SP

  2. Merci!
    See you at Coty's xmas talk x

  3. What a beautiful part of the world!! Such fabulous gardens and scenery to shoot, very European...Carla

  4. OH my goodness. thank you so much for the wonderful tour of this gorgeous place.. I can look at these photos for hours.. From our home to yours Happy Thanksgiving.. hugs ~lynne~

  5. OMG from me too. I've never seen anything like it. How totally amazing! Thank you for popping by my blog too. Pruxxx