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Next we were off to see the Stevenson House where Robert Louis Stevenson lived in 1879. It's actually the French Hotel, an adobe building (top left) which is now a museum to him, but it was closed. We walked in and I liked the Fuchsia at the front of the house (top right.) Then I spotted a walkway under the building so we went in there and came out on a wonderful garden (bottom left.) It had a huge white Magnolia tree flowering (bottom right) and many gorgeous flowers in the gardens (that's next week!)
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Thanks so much Daasha, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥♥


Thanks Barb, this garden was a walled garden and so beautiful. hugs my friend. ♥☺♥


Thanks Allie, yes I'm a bit of a "sticky beak" and wanted to see where it went.
SO worth it and we spent ages there. Hugs my friend. ♥♥

Beautiful collage, Janet. Fuchsia and magnolia are amazing and so is the whole garden. Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Thank you for the interesting collage and great info, Janet. Love the garden and Magnolia flowers. Hugs my friend ☺♥♥


Good thing you spotted the the walkway Janet!!! How lovely - looking forward to seeing the rest of the photos! Thanks Janet xx


Jill, the gardens were fabulous, I was so thrilled we found them. Hugs.


Glad you got to enjoy the lovely gardens even though the museum was closed. Sounds like that made the trip there worthwhile Janet. Look forward to seeing more next week. ❤️🤗


Nev the flowers in that garden were fabulous. Yes they had some Aussie natives too. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥


Thanks redina, hugs. ♥


Thanks Shirley, this garden was stunning. We spent ages there. I didn't care that the museum was closed! Hugs my friend.♥


Janet, I do remember the garden behind the house and your photos there of quite a few native plants. ♥♥♥


Thanks. :))


Love the Magnolia and the Fuchsia. if these flowers were to go by it must be a lovely garden, shame the building was closed, Thanks, Janet ♥


Thanks so much Ella, lots more flowers next week. Hugs. ♥


Thanks Jacki, when it was closed Julian said we might as well go, but I wanted to investigate the tunnel, and how fabulous that was. hugs ♥


Thank you Janet for sharing such beauty. It's an amazing, landscaped garden and beautiful flowers. It must have been a wonderful experience. Many hugs and greetings.


Beautiful. (I like the fuchsia too!) Thank you Janet, and hugs

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