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Myddelton House Gardens Scoops Gold, Silver and Bronze!

Myddelton House Gardens scoops gold, silver and bronze at Enfield in Bloom awards It was a hat trick for Myddelton House Gardens at the Enfield in Bloom awards ceremony held on Thursday 15 November at the Royal Chase Hotel, Enfield. Senior Gardener, James Hall attended the event and was proud to collect three awards, including: Gold in the Exceptional Horticultural Contribution to the Community category for the second year running, in recognition of the first-rate facilities, manicured gardens and our continuing role in engaging with local community groups and visitors. Silver in the Best Innovative Growing Space category, acknowledging the innovative approaches used to grow fresh seasonal

Jo's October views

Hello Everyone Well, we may still have sunshine but it has turned very cold so it is a good job that there is lots of autumn colour in the garden to enjoy. First up today is the view of the house from the Arboretum, photo 1. The crocuses have continued to flower forming a very pretty carpet of colour everywhere. Walking around the pond to the Pond Terrace you can enjoy the views of the Swamp Cypress. An impressive tree that never fails to delight in autumn. Here are the different stages of colour. Photo 2 was taken on 5th October, photo 3 on the 13th and photo 4 on the 21st. If you flick through the photos quickly you can almost see it changing colour. Further along the path is the Clematis

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