Here we are back with another of my lost episodes of this series, no 14
Here we are back with another selection of garden seats we have found while visiting gardens. I hope you enjoy them.
I will begin with seating we spotted at this year’s RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, in displays and in show gardens. Few show gardens at RHS shows are without at least one bench for two, so there is a wide variety of styles to suit the variety of garden styles. In the show gardens the seats are designed to be looked at by judges and visitors so do not need to be either comfortable or practical.
Let’s move on now to seats we discovered in open gardens either through the National Garden Scheme or open all year. These should be comfortable to use and perhaps worn out from too much use or too much exposure to the elements.
This first batch of photos were taken at a local garden, Wollerton Old Hall, a truly remarkable garden because of its strong design but also because of the plants there.
This final group are all seats we found at a garden surrounding Harvington Hall where we visited for traditional English afternoon tea.
We hope you enjoyed this selection and we will soon be back with more examples for you to look at.