We had not visited the magical garden at Moors Meadow for several years so we were really looking forward to exploring it with my brother Graham and sister-in-law Vicky.
The garden here was pronounced Britain’s most romantic garden by a national gardening monthly. We were so looking forward to finding out if it lived up to this and if it still felt as magical as we remembered.
It didn’t take long for us to discover that it was indeed a garden full of surprises, artifacts, unusual plants, amazing seats and wandering pathways through changing moods of garden.
I shall now share a gallery of photos showing our walk around the gardens.
So there is my gallery of photos of our journey around the magical and romantic gardens at Moors Meadow. I hope you enjoyed sharing our journey and our enjoyment.
3 replies on “Moors Meadow – a romantic garden full of magic”
Thanks so much for taking us. It is romantic in the sense of being taken out of yourself to a parallel ,more peaceful, world. I didn’t want to leave. They might have noticed if I pitched my tent up in the corner and stayed a few days. I imagine it is an ecologically richer garden than most that we can all be inspired by.
Seems like stepping back in time.
Not only beautiful trees, shrubs, and plants, but the benches are gorgeous.