Tag: gardens

The joys of January

Back to work in a dank, gloomy but surprisingly warm January and we’re working off those mince pies and Christmas puddings with a bit of leaf clearing. There is never a month in the garden without flowers and this drunkenly dangling honey bee is enjoying the deliciously scented Lonicera fragrans as much as we are.Finde mehr heraus

Late Summer in the Garden

Late summer is a great time for our Italian Garden filled with soft mauves and blues of late lavendar and Perovskia and the huge flowers of Buddleja ‘Dartmoor’. There’s lots of colour in the borders and apples and pears are starting to ripen in the Walled Garden. We’re also hoping to add banana cake to theFinde mehr heraus

Misbehaving delphiniums

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 rocket, Anchusa, Pyrethrum and sweet Williams have been giving us armfuls of flowers. Not so pleased, jedoch, with the early flowering of our gorgeous delphiniumFinde mehr heraus