A Beautiful Woodland Garden Tour- Lewiston Gardens


Let’s start as I did and walk through the dappled morning light. The property is located in a woodland setting and feels very natural as you stroll the property listening to the chorus of birds. Even a woodpecker was sounding off as I made my way to the rear gardens.


I walked down the side path past this wonderful display.


As I rounded the turn into the back gardens, you could see the welcoming entertaining area, table dressed and ready for guests.


Now you can see where we are headed.


Follow along…

The trails both go into the woodland and circle through the back gardens.


Going deeper into the woodland, there are still things that entice you to travel further.


But having to photograph many more properties for our Garden Club, I turned around and headed back out, but did a double take at the front gardens. There was no less a creative and welcoming space.


I hope you enjoyed the tour and if you want more woodland gardens, see a few other GWGT posts. Landscaping the Woods, Decorating Your Woodland Path With Art, Designing Paths Through the Woods – Paths or Trails – Tomato Tomahto. Many more if you search the site too.

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22 Responses to A Beautiful Woodland Garden Tour- Lewiston Gardens

    • Major ditto! Pics with stunning visual flair. I live not to far from Lewiston, it’s more of my parents neck of the woods, but love visiting and hitting up some good restaurants. Not to mention garage sales and rummage sales, have scored some great stuff cheap in Lewiston. Would love to live there just to admire the beautiful homes and architecture…maybe I can retire there? Oh wait, that’s a looooooog time away =)

  1. This is truly a gorgeous garden, and plenty of inspiration for me to create more at home. Great post!

  2. A.M.B. says:

    Wow! What a beautiful property.

  3. I love how you took us for a stroll through the garden with you. As I scrolled through the pictures and your narration, I got to experience the surprise and pleasure of a visitor at each turn. I especially loved the shot after the lovely table and chairs with the path curving into the forest and the sunburst caught in the upper left corner.

  4. What a perfect woodland garden!

  5. alesiablogs says:

    Beautiful way to share the experience. Alesia

  6. Loretta says:

    How beautiful, love the tranquil setting in the woods and the tile slabs that lead us into the woods. Gorgeous pictures, beautiful setting!

  7. Such a wonderful garden tour…I saw several ideas that I am now anxious to try.

  8. I think a well designed and panted woodland garden is one of the prettiest…really loved this one and the path!

  9. rose says:

    What beautiful paths! They look so inviting and make you want to see where they will lead.

  10. Throwing a challenge your way.

    RULES of 3 Day, 3 Quotes Challenge:

    1. Post your favorite quotes or your own quotes for 3 days in a row.
    2. Thank the person who nominated you.
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  11. debsgarden says:

    Lovely! You know I love a beautiful woodland garden!

  12. Adrienne says:

    Just lovely! This garden makes me want to hire a landscape designer help me work through some of my ideas and create a garden “refresh.” Is that something a landscape designer would do? Help create a plan for my yard and garden with the understanding that I’d do the work?

  13. This is a lovely landscape. You shot it at a lovely time of day, too.

  14. Cool, plush, and inviting. Nice tour.

  15. Beautiful gardens and thanks for the tour! I can see where you wanted to continue your journey into the gardens a little deeper. I would, too.

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