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.
Janine Creaye’s ‘Sickle Headed Night’ and ‘Flame Headed Day’. This is the last weekend to see Sculpture in the Gardens show with 23 artists showing 85 pieces of their work. … Continue reading
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
Our Streptocarpus collection happily spends the summer in the fern house where the shade and my neglectful watering rather suits them. Vast numbers of dead heads have to be removed but otherwise … Continue reading
The gorgeous Delphiniums are holding their blooms and still the star of the show in the gardens this week. Delphinium ‘Molly Buchanan’ is one of my favourites – strong azure … Continue reading
The perfect growing conditions this spring have brought everything on apace and given us a fabulous riot of colour especially with the perennials in the cutting gardens. The Aquilegias, sweet … Continue reading
Our wonderful collection of Delphiniums, which we will be celebrating with a festival later in the month, have made an early arrival, rocketing up in the mild spring weather and … Continue reading
It’s cherry blossom and magnolia time in the gardens. Prunus ‘Pink Shell’ looking particularly fabulous against a clear blue sky.