News & Views

Jo's July Tour

Hello Everyone Well, shall I start with the weather?? I don't know about you but I don't like or deal with 38 degrees very well! The only good bit about it was when it finished and the rain came. As always the garden came through with the help of the dedicated gardeners. I have to say that you have to be dedicated to work in 38 degrees, don't you ? So how is the garden looking? Beautiful as always. I'll start with the view from the Front Lawn looking towards Bowling Green Lawn, photo 1. The alstroemerias around the garden have looked stunning this year and have flowered for a long period. They seem so delicate but are much stronger than they look. The other side of the hedge is the Eremurus

Jo's June delights

Hello Everyone Well, here we are halfway through the year already and up until now only seeing summer fleetingly. But as I always end up saying gardeners love rain, just maybe not quite so much of it and who ordered 31 degrees ??? But the mix of rain and sunshine have been perfect for the garden which is looking lovelier than ever. Approaching the garden you just have to stop and explore the front lawn area. The poppies have been excellent again this year all around the garden, photo 1. The Phlomis russeliana, known as Jerusalem sage, is looking good too. It brings interest to the garden almost all year round. First with its flowers all summer long, photo 2, then its distinctive dome shaped

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