Monk’s House & Gardens

Continuing a line from my previous blog about James Schuyler’s poetry and his love – obsession, almost – with flowers and gardens, English ones in particular, here are some photographs from a recent visit to the gardens at Monk’s House, the country home of Virginia and Leonard Woolf from 1919 until Virginia’s death in 1941.

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk's House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

Monk’s House © Molly Ernestine Boiling

 

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