As you can see, next years lupins are looking full of energy!Read more "Lupins"
The Dutch lights were built for us nearly five years ago. They’ve been battling well with the force of winds which can tear up the hill by the orchard so we decided it was time they got some TLC…Read more "Dutch Lights"
The Chinese Rice paper PlantRead more "Plant of The Week"
Working in the flower garden in the early morning is a delight and spotting guttation on the Alchemilla mollis has been a real treat for me today. Guttation are the tiny beads of water appearing on the leaf of a plant. This happens at night when the temperature drops and less liquid can evaporate from the stomata. Has anyone else seen this on their plants? we would love to see a picture.
Fay.Read more "Guttation"
In a wild garden it’s always a fine line between a beautiful naturalistic planting and a tangled mess!Read more "September Newsletter: In the garden"
To keep the Croquet lawn in tip top condition requires at times some extra special attention.Read more "The croquet lawn!"
The Katsura TreeRead more "Plant of the Week"