Icecream eventually became the legendary trade mark of the Rush Munros' & they have now long enjoyed an excellent world wide reputation & a dedicated local
following. This all looks a tad breezy for the winter, no wonder that it all quite soon became a good deal more substantial. I suspect that the goldfish-pond-come-wishing-well was established quite early on as the concrete work has just the same feel as the seats & ponds in our local Cornwall Park dated in the 30's.
(A very old Parisian
seed packet label that
I happily purchased
Of course, I couldn't wait to rush home & tell Rob about my great discovery! About this time my darling man had begun the slow but well crafted process of revising a yukky old shed sited at the end of our garage. One part was to become The Larder & the other The Pansy..of course!! and what did he do for me but create Rush Munro trellsing & paint it the distinctive Ice cream garden Green..sooo sweet!
Tucked under the benevolent care of our ancient plum tree.
Christmas time has seen the completion of my dearest Pansy Potting Shed. Oh I just adore it!
Such brilliant detail.
and another..quite perfect for such a place of nurture
So whatever else would you do with two ratbags after they have finished trimming Katie's topiary
Head off to the Icecream Garden to visit the fish of course!
love the red accents
What fabulous devotion to the original essence of this happy institution of deliciousness.
And what a perfect day for such a post..exactly a year since an angel turned up in the garden.
Thanks so much for popping in. Fancy an icecream?
Do come & visit again sometime : )