Our first visit to a local garden with the Shropshire branch of the Hardy Plant Society this year took us to Lower Hall in the picturesque village of Worfield.
The River Worfe which gives the village its name meanders aimlessly through the garden and as we wandered along its paths we kept coming across bridges to take us over its flooded waters. The header picture shows the flower head of Dalmera peltata which grows in the boggy patches along the Worfe. The globe of flowers sits atop a tall thin stem rising straight from the soil before there is any sign of any leaves.
The garden has many different elements to it, a walled garden, a stream, a woodland area and various borders so there is a richness of plants to enjoy.
As always the Hardy Planters of Shropshire stand and admire!
4 replies on “The Hardy Planters at Lower Hall”
What a wonderful garden. Thank you for sharing!
Lovely grounds and nice variety of plantings.
Thanks for your kind comments.
You and your special wife are lucky folks to live so close to such beautiful gardens. This was is a beauty.