Annagry Village – Flowers in Bloom

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Instead of my usual monthly gardening post, I am sharing flowers in bloom from the village of Annagry – my home for the past fourteen years.

The Tidy Towns team have created an awesome display of flowers on Bikes in Bloom:

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Local businesses are also looking well:

Visitors can learn more about local bird life, flora and fauna from these charts:

While admiring stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, which edges the car park:

20171111_110051.jpgA wonderful display of artistic talent lights up a number of walls and windows:

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The village hall looks striking in red:

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The red theme continues on a number of other delightful displays:

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Two lovely ladies have created a fabulous community garden:

While the Tidy Towns team have recently added a lovely seating area, with another spectacular sea view:

Although I have just returned from a terrific holiday in Bonnie Scotland, I just have to say:

“There is simply no place like home.”

 

64 Comments »

  1. Brigid, what an idyllic village … you’ll have us all flocking to the area! 😀The Bikes in Bloom is wonderful, creative, vibrant and inspiring – I have a feeling there is a great community spirit amongst you all. As for being so close to the ocean, that must be heavenly! Welcome back and enjoy being back home! Xx

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  2. It is wonderful to see Annagry looking so beautiful. My aunt, Brigid Dora, planted a rock garden across from the Post Office ( not the present location) many years ago. She would have loved seeing the whole of Annagry bloom.

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