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The English Garden Tour: Garden 7, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex

! Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex

1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex

! Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex

1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex

1 Herrings Cottage was the smallest garden on our tour, a triangular shaped garden in partial shade.

The Shape of 1Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

When we were early for the tour and decided to walk around the village Mr. A.B invited us into his garden, in a row of attached cottages, for an early look see. What a delight this gentleman was, showing what can be done with initiative and pluck on a budget, and in a small space. Working alone, he gives tender loving care to the plants and shrubs, but he also includes artwork to highlight his garden. I loved it. Now let’s take a walk in 1 Herrings Cottage! There is a reason Warninglid has won Best-Kept Village Competition three times!

Mr A.B in His Garden, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Mr A.B in His Garden, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

There was a bit of whimsy, with treasured finds, to draw your eye to areas of the garden. Here a tree is a piece of art! Do you have a small garden?  Go UP!

 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Every garden deserves a quiet space, a spot to enjoy the garden and sip a bit of tea.

A Place to Sit and Enjoy the Garden, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

A Place to Sit and Enjoy the Garden, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Lots of Plants Packed in Here! 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Lots of Plants Tucked Into a Tiny Space! 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

1Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Do not waste a wall space, any wall space!

Art in the Garden at 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Art in the Garden at 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Get attention on the ground too!

Art in the Garden at 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Art in the Garden at 1 Herrings Cottage, arninglid

As the garden severely narrows at the back, completing the triangular space, every inch of the garden was made special!

Walking to The Vegetable Patch and GreenHouse, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Walking to The Vegetable Patch and Garden Shed, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

A small glassed in porch, at the back of the cottage, was the perfect place to show more artwork.

The Artist and Her Work, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

The Artist and Her Work, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

A Look Over the Fence, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

A Look Over the Fence, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

A tangle of flowers in the garden with one of my favorites, the Jerusalem Sage! Enjoy the garden!

Jerusalem Sage with Poppies, 1Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

Jerusalem Sage with Poppies, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid

One Response to “The English Garden Tour: Garden 7, 1 Herrings Cottage, Warninglid, Sussex”

  1. Doug Warren

    Liked the front door and entrance. Also, those tall blue flowers looked interesting, along with the variety presented in this small garden.

    Reply

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