Tag: daffodils

Gardens open for the season

We are very happy to be welcoming visitors to the gardens again for the start of the new season. The wild garden is putting on a fabulous show of daffodils, primroses, fritillaries and anemones. Almond and peach blossom is attracting pollinators to the walled garden and in the greenhouses we are busy propagating veg andFinde mehr heraus

Promise of spring

The very welcome signs of spring have been early this year. Crocuses, snowdrops, hellebores, cyclamen and a few early daffodils have been flowering since January. The garden birds are on the lookout for a mate and singing loudly about it and Buzzards are displaying their flying skills over the park. In the garden we areFinde mehr heraus

Ich freue mich auf den Frühling

The daffodil meadow is starting to bloom and should be at its peak for Mothers Day. Some of the other plants are as confused by our weather as we are. The magnolias looked as though they were about to burst into flower in sunny February but ducked back in as soon as the weather cooledFinde mehr heraus

Wild Garden bulbs Going Wild

The Emperor daffodils are already in full flower with Empress and Maximus Superbus gradually joining them. The mild winter means everything has made an early start and with this lovely sunshine all is burgeoning into bloom. The Fritillaria meleagris are already openinga good three weeks early and almond and apricot blossoms are riskingFinde mehr heraus