Floral thank you for NHS

A local gardener created a stunning 40ft display to say thank you to all the hardworking staff at the NHS.  76-year-old Graham Tranter from Glazeley, near Bridgnorth is a keen gardener and has previously featured in the Guinness Book of Records for his tomatoes.

He told us ” I usually travel the country exhibiting my vegetables at various shows but during lockdown but my time to good use with this tribute.  Its filled with nearly 400 geraniums and lobelia and the weeding has kept me busy that’s for sure!”


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