In a corner of his Shropshire Garden, Anthony Sargeant photographed this clump of Grape Hyacinths clustered above an old stone boundary wall. (Easter Saturday – April 15th 2017) it was a fine spring day with cool breezes freshening the mind. The garden is punctuated with many bright spots of colour with Forget-me-nots and late daffodils as well as early tulips.
Looking up the garden of the Shropshire home of Anthony Sargeant on a sunny August day in 2015. A reminder of the wonderful variety of the English climate on a freezing frosty morning in December. via An English garden in August 2015
via An English garden in August 2015
Opium poppies and feverfew self seed in the uncultivated part of the garden – but make an impressive show nonetheless.
(Question: They are called opium poppies but can you actually get opium from them?)
Opium poppies and feverfew self-seeded
The Dower House Garden at Morville Hall in Shropshire is a hidden gem – not to be missed.It is a wonderful garden which we saw on a beautiful June day in 2015. These allium flowers sparkle in the sunshine.
Morville Dower House has a wonderful garden created by Dr Katherine Swift. Not to be missed if you visiting Shropshire
Wonderful Garden created by Dr Katherine Swift. Not to be missed if your are in Shropshire. Anthony J Sargeant and friends visited on a glorious day in early June 2015.