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The Gardens at Agatha Christie’s Greenway

 

The Walled Gardens at Greenway

The Old Garden Walls at Greenway

Let’s take a walk through the gardens at Greenway! What’s through this doorway?

 

Let's Look Here First, Greenway

Let’s Look Here First, Greenway

Tennis Anyone?

Tennis Anyone?

Or this one?

A Walk Through the Greenway Gardens

A Walk Through the Greenway Gardens

The Wildflower Bank at Greenway

The Wildflower Bank at Greenway

The Walkway at Greenway

The Walkway at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

This Doorway takes us to the Peach House!

The Peach House at Greenway

The Peach House at Greenway

The Walkway to the Peach House

The Walkway to the Peach House

The Peach House

The Peach House

I decided to take a little break and sit on one of the benches that overlooked the grounds around the Peach House. I soon had a little friend! He would come down from the tree and talk to me and as soon as someone would start to come close to us he would fly back up into the tree. As soon as the intruders were gone, back he came to talk to me! He flew up and down for over fifteen minutes!

My Overhead Shot of the Tree Where My Bird Friend Hid

My Overhead Shot of the Tree Where My Bird Friend Hid

My Bird Friend

My Bird Friend

The Vegetable Garden at Greenway

The Vegetable Garden and Greenhouses at Greenway

The Area Beyond the Wall is Called the Plantation

The Area Beyond the Wall is Called the Plantation, at Greenway

Here is the Fountain Garden.

The Fountain Garden at Greenway

The Fountain Garden at Greenway

The Pet Cemetery at Greenway

The Pet Cemetery at Greenway

And the pet cemetery!

A Look at the Restaurant and the Gift Shop Area at Greenway

A Look at the Restaurant and the Gift Shop Area at Greenway

One last look at the converted stables that are now the restaurant, garden shop and gift area at Greenway.

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Flowers at Greenway

The Gardens at Greenway are not formal. They are restful, flowing, and carefree. Just like the holiday home for Agatha and her family was meant to be! I hope you enjoyed your walk! See you tomorrow!

 

 

 

 

 

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