Spring at Greyfriars

Magnolia in bloom at Greyfriars, Worcester

The walled garden at Greyfriars pays homage to what stood before it - George’s Yard, a row of 10 blindback houses, which were demolished in 1955 and recycled to create what is now a peaceful outdoor space, where you can escape from the busy streets of Worcester City Centre.

There’s always something new to see and the garden is the perfect place to experience the changing of the seasons. Snowdrops are a welcome sign that spring is near and as they leave us, the bright yellow daffodils will begin to take their place. 

Many of the bulbs are soon to become beautiful alliums and peonies, and the roses will climb the walls, adding stunning spots of colour to the timber-framed house.

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The garden is a beautiful spot for all to enjoy and offers intimate areas to escape and explore. It provides a wonderful opportunity to experience all nature has to offer us, and it does so right in the middle of a city. You can soak up the spring sunshine on the terrace, play garden games on the lawn and search for a hidden geocache.