Malcolm Mollart is the author of a long-running garden blog Greenbenchramblings which is inspired by the garden he created with his wife, Jude, in the South Shropshire Hills. In June of this year, Malcom paid us a visit and took plenty of photographs whilst he was at it. We asked him to select some of his favourites, tell us about his own passion for horticulture and pick out those bits of Winterbourne which made the greatest impression.
Agapanthus and Eucomis, photograph by Malcolm Mollart
“I am a 65-year-old retired head teacher, who had to retire early due to disability. I have now spent more years in retirement than working, so have had the luxury of time to develop my gardening skills and ideas. My love of gardening comes from my Father who loved his cottage style garden and was well-known locally for his roses.”
Edgbaston Pool, photograph by Malcolm Mollart
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The pool shot is gorgeous. All of your readers are glad you caught the gardening bug because we’ve learned a lot from you and have enjoyed the wonderful photography.
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