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Hyde Park Garden

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When we visited Fay and John Miller of Hyde Park Garden, the greeting was genuine. Not only were they happy to show us around but after the tour we sat and chatted with them and were delighted by many stories. Their hearts are in this garden, it holds many memories as this was the land that Fay grew up on. Each plant had a story.

When Ivan hit, it changed things but not the passion. They like the others just got up and at it and put their memories back into the soil. She can tell you the name of just about all of the plants and the year it arrived into her garden because this was her family home.

Hyde Park,
Woolwich Road,
St. George,
Grenada, W.I.

Read more about Donna's Garden trip to Grenada.

Written by  Donna Dawson.

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