PGPT006

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PGPT006
Date: 1920s
Source: Green family album

This is a companion photograph to PGPT017. It is notable that the Palm House has been demolished, and probably a rose garden has replaced it. The ivy on the supporting wall is overgrown (cf PGPT003) as is the bank in front of it. There are at least 3 jets at the top of the fountain.

The gardens immediately around the house look well-cared for, and formal beds and lawns still exist on the north of the house. Several climbing plants can be seen on the walls.

The photograph was taken from an upper path on the east bank of the garden.