|A Well-Positioned Sign Leads to the Herb Garden|
|A Narrow Path Guides to the Herb Garden|
|A Map of the Herb Garden Layout|
|An Herb Garden Room|
|A Beautiful Seat and Fountain|
|My Favorite, Lemon Verbena!|
|My Favorite Closeup!|
|It Doesn't Feel Like You Are in London!|
|One Last View|
|A View Into the Other Rooms!|
|A Rosemary As Big As A Table!|
|A Knot Garden|
The tile surrounding the fountain says "In celebration of healing herbs this fountain a gift from Gerard House of Cranesbill of Honeysuckle to cure to anoint of lavender spike + sage to refresh + to savor. This garden was created by the Geffrye Museum Trust to inspire and to delight. Fountain by Kate Malone. Illustrates herbs grown by 17th Century London Herbalist John Gerrard 1994.
I wanted to post this so you could get a sense of how wonderful this herb garden is and why it is one of my favorites in London. Even with a group of school children running around taking notes, it was a very calming place! Hope you are having a great day! Still cold here, but the daffodils are showing green! Talk to you later!