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 and … Finde mehr heraus
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 cooled … Finde mehr heraus
Vital health and safety checks have been carried out on the swing in the Wild Garden before we open for the new season. The earlier daffodils – ‘The Emperor’ and ‘Maximus Superbus’ are already in full flower and looking glorious in the sunshine. Narcissus ‘Telamonius Plenus’ is our oldest daffodil recorded from the 1620’s so may have been … Finde mehr heraus
The Tea Rooms will be opening this Sunday for our charity open day on behalf of the National Gardens Scheme. Gather up your Mums and treat them to a stroll through the daffodils and one of Angie’s luscious cakes.
The wild garden really is magical this week with a sea of later daffs, Snakeshead fritillaries , Anemone blanda and nemerosa and the cuckoo flower. No sign of a cuckoo yet which the flower is supposed to herald but we’ll hope to hear one soon.