Westwood House, a delightful debut delayed
Join owner Carolyn Trevor-Jones and gardener Kay for a introduction to this beautiful country garden close to Bridgnorth in Shropshire that had planned to open its gates to National Garden Scheme visitors this year. “This spring, the garden and the tulips have been amazing and given us enormous pleasure in the last few weeks, reinforcing just how important the garden is to us all,” says Carolyn.
A closer look…
Well designed and planted around the house, with far reaching views of this delightful corner of the county there are also extended woodland walks to enjoy at Westwood House. Sweeping lawns offset deeply planted, well-tended borders and there’s an extensive, productive kitchen and cutting garden, with everything designed to attract wildlife for organic growth. With tulips in spring, roses in summer and dahlias in the autumn there is plenty of all round colour.
Find out more about the garden and when it plans to open again here
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