The forecasters are telling us that summer is about to arrive and our cut flower beds are starting to fill with colour. This lovely Aquilegia ‘Tequila Sunrise’ gives us buckets of juicy … Continue reading
The pots, borders and cutting beds are blazing with colourful tulips at the moment. We planted another 3,500 bulbs last autumn including lots of tulips to give us luscious colour … Continue reading
The gardens are open for the 2015 season and it’s great to see visitors starting to arrive again. On a sunny afternoon the winter box (Sarcococca humilis) fills the whole … Continue reading
The gardens open daily again from this Sunday at 1pm for the start of the 2015 season with a few very cheery little gems brightening the borders. This hellebore is one … Continue reading
The colours of our Cornus bed in the Wild Garden are glowing hot on a cold dull day.
The end of the season, what a lovely day to finish Autumn Week and the 2014 season at Godinton. We all hope you have enjoyed the gardens, join the gardeners … Continue reading
Come and join in the fun, we had bats galore in the Walled Garden and it wasn’t just the children having fun in the craft tent. Later today, Singleton Environment Centre … Continue reading
Autumn Week started yesterday with families enjoying the traditional treasure hunt organised by the garden staff. The craft marquee was a hive of activity with children making bats, ghosts and … Continue reading
This wonderfully warm Indian summer is helping to extend the display of all the late summer flowers. Rudbeckias, sunflowers, Zinnias and Dahlias are filling the walled garden with colour.
Our annual sculpture show has landed! Eighty five pieces of work by twenty three artists have all found a home in our gardens for the next three weeks. At a … Continue reading