Thriving Plants in unusual locations

Astro Pen

Write now.
Supporter
Joined
Jan 24, 2020
Messages
2,134
Location
Wales UK
I just, with great sadness I might add, had to cut back a Virginia Creeper that had completely enveloped our shed, garage. Its autumn colours were glorious but I need to replace the rotten roof, beams and all, so it had to be cut right back.
Therefore I was pleased to see this story of another plant extending itself in a sort of botanical joie de vivre.
Mind you I can feel a "Sandra was alone, working late in the office when, the terminal across the room turned itself on....." story coming on :)
This plant obviously brings great joy to the working environment.
 
How about the door of St. Edward’s Church, Stow-on-the-Wold, in Gloucestershire? Rumoured to be Tolkien's inspiration for Durin's Door at the entrance to Moria in LotR.

tolkien+door+2-480w.png
tolkien+door+1-552w.png


Stow's Tolkien Door
 

Similar threads


Back
Top