The Water Tower with Gargoyles

Winding paths through the Bog Garden


Cool, shady areas


Butterflies Galore

A folly or two

Just a quiet, tranquil space to enjoy the bird song, running water, autumnal light and colours with plenty of benches to sit on and admire the surrounding Herefordshire hills and meadows.


You will find this unusual garden in the beautiful Welsh Marches close to the ‘Black-and-White’ village of Pembridge.

More lovely walks can be found over at my friend Jo’s place.


12 thoughts on “Garden Portrait: Westonbury Mill Water Gardens

    1. That’s because it is the header photo, so you can’t do anything with it. Thanks for liking it though 🙂 We just dropped in to this garden on the way home from having a lovely Sunday lunch in the Herefordshire countryside and decided to walk off a few calories!

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  1. A great walk to wake up to on what looks like a grey morning here. I’m intrigued by the orb – can you tell me more? I enjoyed walking through the bog, the butterflies and the blue folly – even that horror of a gargoyle in a shuddery way. Thank you.


    1. Rather grey here today too, I thought the sun was going to break through but instead it got greyer! Still dry though. The orb is created using Photoshop Elements – there may be other software packages that allow you to do the same. I’ll have a browse. What editing software do you use, if any?


  2. This is one if the most alluring yet! But I think I say that every day. Just stunning walkways and gargoyles and greenery. I would never leave – dream job – resident caretaker 🙂


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