Friday, 4 January 2008

Meadow Hill Road, clockwise. 9am.

The park was wounded when the paths were mended. It heals slowly in winter; but rain and frost have broken the churned earth, and soon grass will cover the scars.

2 comments:

Plutarch said...

Good on you, Clare. Soon the Grove will be world famous as a source of inspiration for writers.

Plutarch said...

Next time you walk through Bellgrove,sniff the air. You will smell the extraordinary perfume of Saracocoa, a member of the box family. It has small white flowers and dark blue berries. The shrub grows in the third or fourth front garden on your left when you have the Grove behind you.