Saturday, July 11, 2015

Saturday, July 11, 2015 1:38 am by M. in ,    No comments
Gardeners Geoff Taylor and Jenny White
head at work (Source)
Tomorrow, July 12, is the Garden Plant Open Day at the Brontë Parsonage Museum:
Sunday 12 July 10am - 5pm
A chance to meet our team of volunteer gardeners at the Museum and ask them how their garden grows! Bring along a plant to swap, or just enjoy the opportunity to acquire a cutting from the Brontë garden for your own patch. Refreshments available.  All donations will go towards maintaining the Parsonage gardens. 
The Telegraph & Argus adds:
Resident gardeners Jenny Whitehead and Geoff Taylor have been preparing for the event on Sunday.
Parsonage spokesman Hermione said the Parsonage gardens were full bloom.
She said: “You can enjoy the natural surroundings of the Parsonage, just as the Brontës did.   
“We are busy potting-up the spare plants for a bring-and-buy stall. All you need to do is bring a plant from your garden and go away with one of our home grown plants.”

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