We returned to Herefordshire last week just for three nights as it was B's birthday on Friday and he wanted to be home for that.
We stopped off at the Bringsty Vintage Centre on the way as I wanted to see if they had any hooped half barrels. They have an awful lot of items there but I failed to spot what I was looking for.
I did like this stone dragon and it was quite a bit cheaper than the one at the National Herb Centre. Still a bit expensive for a "treat" though and its a good job I wasn't tempted as when I got back to the car and told B he said what on earth would you want one of those for! He does not share my love of dragons!
Some of the herbs bought from the National Herb Centre were planted although I didn't take them all as I will see how these fare as there will be dry periods when we are not there to water them.
The next day we stopped off in Tenbury Wells at the Barn Farm shop to buy a dwarf sunflower and some French Marigolds.
The foxgloves B grew from seed are looking lovely :)
The Herefordshire Oak
We inherited a lovely rose in the small garden there. Such a delicate colour and scent.
We spent the next few days exploring Burford - I went back to St Mary's Church there and had a much better look round the interior, we visited the large garden centre and the following day we returned to look round the lovely Burford House Gardens. So I'll do a few posts in the next week or two on these.
I hope everyone is staying safe and well.
All photos taken by me with the Panasonic Lumix FZ330 bridge camera. (If anyone ever wishes to use any of my photos I would be grateful if they could email me first - thanks :) ).