Nymans Gardens – another gorgeous #garden wander

Nymans is another National Trust property, a fabulous garden with an impressive semi-ruined house, in Sussex UK.

I’ve lived nearby for most of my life, but this was the first time I’d visited, which was at the end of May. Most spectacular (aside from the house) is the wisteria walkway, thought there is a lot to see besides.

I’m just going to post the photos (life, once again!) and let you take a leisurely look.


Just beautiful.


  1. What a glorious visit, Deb. Thank you.

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    1. My pleasure πŸ˜€


  2. Deb, I love your tours of places I’ve never seen before. You’re looking fab and wearing my fav colour! Orange! Lol. I also enjoyed reading the signage – lol, What’s happening in the ruins? Catchy title πŸ™‚ xx
    BTW, are you aware there are a ton of ads on your blog today? They’re as large as your photos and stacked under ever 2 of your photos. Just checking to see if you noticed or perhaps you’re allowing paid ads?

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    1. Glad you enjoy it, and of course orange is my fav colour too – no surprise there!
      Sorry about the ads, I have no control over those, this isn’t a self-hosted site.

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      1. Ya, I thought so. But I had to ask because I know WP slaps ads on blogs, but there were an extraordinary amount, and so I thought perhaps you were getting paid for them. I would go after them and ask for ad royalties for taking over your page! πŸ™‚ x

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      2. Lol, if only!

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      3. Just another example of corporate bullying and takeovers.

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      4. Oh yeah, though I suppose it could also be looked upon as the means of paying for what is otherwise a free service. Annoying, but to use a clichΓ©, ‘the price we pay’.

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      5. Right on! 😦

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  3. These photographs are amazing.

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    1. Glad you liked them πŸ˜€


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