May 1, 2019

Hello Everyone 

Well, after the glorious weather we've had over the Easter weekend I think we all feel that Spring has arrived. I love this time of year when everything is shooting out and sprouting up. It's a joy to walk around the garden looking to see what has surviv...

April 1, 2019

Hello Everyone

After the warmest February on record, we've now had the wettest March for a decade. Storm Gareth followed by Storm Hannah brought some very harsh wet weather to us and I wondered if I would be able to take any photos this month but the clouds cleared on s...

March 22, 2019

Jill has been pursuing her interest in Botanical Illustration since retirement.  She studied at Capel Manor College with the world famous Kew Herbarium illustrator Christabel King.  She is a volunteer at Myddelton House Gardens and a member of the E A Bowles of Myddelt...

March 21, 2019

We said farewell to James, who is taking up a new post at the RHS Bridgewater Garden project in Salford ( James has led the work at Myddelton for four years and the gardens are looking better than ever. He will be sorely missed. On behalf of the...

March 7, 2019

The Ultimate Snowdrop Sale and Snowdrops Gardeners’ Coffee Morning were a huge success!

Snowdrop enthusiasts came from far and wide for the eighth Ultimate Snowdrop Sale at Myddelton House Gardens on Saturday 26 January.

After a final countdown, Head Gardener James Hall...

February 28, 2019

Hello Everyone 

After the record temperatures we've seen this week, it's hard to remember that on the first day of February we had snow! Not very much here at Myddelton but enough to send me out with my camera. It was already beginning to thaw and I always love to see h...

February 19, 2019

The snowdrops here are named after E.A Bowles himself and Myddelton Gardener Bryan Hewitt.

February 1, 2019

So Happy New Year to you all. January can be dull and dreary at times but here in the garden there are all sorts of delights to enjoy. First of all in the Arboretum along side the main drive is a bed full of Cornus, dogwood. These are often grown for their showy colour...

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