The Teddington Gardener

Postcards from Shropshire – Seconds from David Austin Roses

Like I said, an Inventory …

The Victorian Walled Garden

The Victorian Walled Garden is a formal garden made up of three circular borders, which diminish in width towards the centre. They are planted with English Roses and other repeat-flowering shrub roses. The focal point of the garden is the large central stone carving. Visitors can also admire the natural beauty of the English Climbers and Ramblers trained over arches, arbours and along the eight foot wall which encircles the garden.

Many of the Fragrant English Climbers feature here, on the walls and arches – even some new to me – Summer Song is being trialled here as a wall climber which I rather like the idea of. Much to admire here.

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