Earlier in September we visited Trentham Gardens in Staffordshire. I didn’t get around to blogging about it due to lack of energy. Since then, Jessica over at Rusty Duck has also visited the gardens, and blogged! As her blog is such a lovely walk around the garden, which I invite you to read, I don’t feel I need to repeat what would be a similar blogpost here.
Instead, this is a photo essay of many of the sculptures at Trentham, some in the gardens, some around the lake, in particular, a year-long display of fairies in the garden. It was a rather overcast grey day, and I think the fairies would have preferred the sun, but they still gave their all. I’ve listed the name of the sculpture where I could find it.
River of Otters, by Gary Burgess
Planting by Nigel Dunnet
Spring, amongst the dandelions
Spring, different angle
Hare amongst Persicaria
A third Wishes. Three wishes!
I enjoy seeing sculpture in gardens and this was a lot of fun. The fairy sculptures will remain at Trentham until 24th December 2018. It will be interesting to see what will appear in the gardens next year.