Sunday, February 11, 2018

Greenhouse In Winter

I've shown you the greenhouse in the gardens of Spadina House before but I couldn't resist another pic of it especially with the blue sky above it. And one day I would like to see the inside of that converted stable behind it which is now a private residence.

15 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's a beautiful greenhouse Pat. I'd love to have one but it just doesn't get cold enough.. I'd have to have an air-conditioned greenhouse 😀

Adam said...

probably be nice to step in there at times in the freezing cold

Sharon Anck said...

That greenhouse does look very pretty against the blue sky. And, the stable house is very appealing. It would be fun to see how it was converted.

Andy said...

Blue sky and next to no snow on the ground. This is not the in GTA.. right? ;-)

William Kendall said...

It is lovely.

Taken For Granted said...

Greenhouses can be inviting places, especially in cold weather as they are warm during sunny days.

Lowell said...

I remember this greenhouse but in this photo, you got the light just right. It's a gorgeous space. I think you just need to go up to the door of that converted residence, knock on the door and tell the City Daily Photo wants pictures of their house. You could also say you know me, but that wouldn't get you a phone call from the police station! :)

bill burke said...

That is a lovely greenhouse. Plants will thrive in there with the sun beaming down.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I wonder if that home has some kind of historical designation? In Oregon anyway homes that have that can get some tax benefits if they open their home to tours once a year.

Revrunner said...

For whatever reason, thought of the ice palace in Dr. Zhivago.

Michelle said...

What an exceptional greenhouse.

The Furry Gnome said...

I thought I recognized that!

Suza said...

It s a very beautiful garden Pavilion. Very nice

Karen S. said...

This lovely and probably still in use, as my little greenhouse always has to close up here in Minnesota until warmth of spring arrives!

Jack said...

There is a nearly identical one in Elizabeth Park. I will try to remember to show it this summer.