greentapestry : A Week Of Flowers 2021 - Day 2

Thursday, 2 December 2021

A Week Of Flowers 2021 - Day 2

Going back to this May today for 'A Week In Flowers'. This time I ventured out of my garden and just down the road to Norton Priory Museum And Gardens. It is a historic site, comprising the remains of an abbey complex dating from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries as well as an eighteenth century country house. It is the most excavated monastic site in Europe and today houses a museum as well as being home to the garden where these daffodils delighted the eyes. Like several places more or less on our doorstep we are guilty of not visiting often so we hope to remedy that next year. Thanks to Cathy over at 'Words and Herbs' who came up with the lovely idea of sharing flowers on our blogs every day for a week to brighten up the month.


  1. A lovely sight, Anna. I can just imagine the birdsong and the warm sunshine!

  2. What a spectacular landscape, Anna! I was momentarily distracted by the pig and its piglet but I'm assuming they were statues ;)

    1. It was rather a magical sight Kris and yes pig and offspring were indeed statues ๐Ÿ˜„

  3. Nice to see a good path to walk along, and flowers all along the edge.

  4. Yes it's a decent path Noelle and means that nobody should have to tread on those daffodils.

  5. Always interesting to share garden visits like this


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