The strong winds we had last week have put our staking skills to the testRead more "Brussels Sprouts"
We are starting to prepare our Jerusalem artichoke in the Kitchen Garden…Read more "Jerusalem artichoke"
This week we’ve been planting Tulip bulbs in our Flower Garden.Read more "Tulips"
Mahonia ‘Soft Caress’ is a stunning small evergreen shrub nestled in our Flower GardenRead more "Plant of the Week"
Our apple juice has arrived back from the presser! 700 bottles have been made from our own orchard. Thankfully, there were hands quickly on deck from the kitchen to help unload. The whole team have been waiting in anticipation to taste the finished results! Fay.Read more "Apple Juice"
One of our jobs as gardeners, is always to look at how we can improve our work. By their very nature gardens are constantly changing and if we are not developing with them, our plantings quickly become static, tired and dull. Introducing new plant material is an important aspect of this and the search for […]Read more "November Newsletter: In the garden"
Viburnum Opulus, also known as the Guelder RoseRead more "Plant of the Week"