Homes of the Romantic Age Poets

Homes of the Romantic Age Poets The delphiniums, Oriental poppies, and tobacco plants recorded in Emily Tennyson’s journals once again bloom in the gardens at Farringford. The poet loved his garden, often strolling among the plantings and visiting with guests in this botanical retreat.

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