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Haddon Hall was first held in 1087 William Peverel, illegitimate son of William the Conqueror.  It lay nearly untouched from the 1500s to 1920, whereupon it was meticulously restored preserving the period authenticity. Haddon Hall lies on the River Wye in Bakewell.       image by nancy crisp on flickr

housingpornography: “Haddon Hall, Derbyshire - In form a medieval manor house, it has been described as “the most complete and most interesting house of its period.” The origins of the hall date to.

Susan Rios Keepsake Art Sharing the Gift...BEAUTIFUL

Keepsakes from artist Susan Rios are smaller, affordable versions of her paintings. Images of tea parties and gardens add a touch of romance to your home.

Climbing roses

I have this rose bush! It's called Joseph's Coat of Many Colors Hybrid Tea Rose. Most people know it as "Joseph's Coat" It blooms pink, orange and yellow roses. I have it on a arbor but still has a way to go.

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Rosas trepadeiras...lindas!

Raindrops and Roses.,this always remnd me of when I was a kid and walked to school.everyday I passed a house that had this exact type of beautiful roses on their fence and arbor.


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blulilly:  (via An English Country Garden in the Cotswolds (

Tall hedge with Gothic window in a Cotswold garden in the UK. Architect Robert Hardwick designed the house that goes with this garden so he may have also designed this vignette. Photo by Simon Brown. (from House & Garden)