Clematis ‘Madame Julia Correvon’Read more "Plant of the Week"
The dreary winter weather can make even the most enthusiastic gardener reluctant to visit their sleeping garden. However, each season has its highlights and although the winter garden requires a closer examination to appreciate its beauty, there is much to enjoy during this time of year.Read more "A Winter Garden Activity"
Miscanthus Sinensis Red FallsRead more "Plant of the Week"
It never ceases to amaze me what good value for money the new world salvias are. Most of them originate from the area between Mexico and northern Brazil. Few are hardy in our climate, but they are so easy to over winter as cuttings and can be treated in this way almost like annuals. Salvia leucantha has been flowering since June and continues to look good long after bonfire night.Read more "Plant of the Week"
Dahlia ‘Weston Spanish Dancer’Read more "Plant of the Week"
This is one of the most beautiful trees on the estate and I think it must be a particularly special seedling.
Succisa pratensis, also known as devil’s-bit scabiousRead more "Plant of the Week"