I thought it might be somewhere you'd enjoy with your knowledge of plants.
||This house was used as the home of Mr Armstrong, the solicitor who was hanged for poisoning his wife in the 1920s in Hay-on-Wye, in the film Dandelion Dead. The actual house is up Cusop Dingle, but the owner at the time the film was being made was another solicitor, who worked in Armstrong's office (and sat in Armstrong's chair!). He had written a book in which he put forward the view that Armstrong was innocent, and as the film was taking the view he was guilty, permission to film was not given. I remember watching some of the filming take place, in Broad Street in Hay when they drove a herd of cattle towards the clock tower, and in Cusop churchyard, where Mrs Armstrong was exhumed to check for poison.|
||Not far from my (& Howard's) favourite landmark on the route to Hay. What we refer to as the House of Cats, and run down cottage where the 438 takes a sharp left towards Hay. Usually has a cat or two looking out at you.|