Gardeners’ Blog – an informal account and images of the garden past and present
A Lovely Year for Blossom. Pear on house wall, should be a good crop, if the Blue Tits don’t strip all of the buds!
THIS WEEK WE’VE HAD A U3A GROUP ON A SNOWDROP TOUR OF THE GARDENS.
Its not only Snowdrops flowering in the garden. This is a happy looking Peach Hellebore.
Galanthus viridapice in flower today. Starting a countdown to opening!
Its January & Spring is just around the corner, time to get cracking, – time to snip off brown stems of herbaceous plants at ground level, avoiding damage to emerging shoots. Shrubs & perennials will benefit from a mulch of compost or bark around their roots to conserve soil moisture & discourage annual weeds. Time to finish […]
Wishing You All A Healthy, Happy 2020. due to the mild December we have snowdrops, primulas, marigolds and a few bedding plants still in flower. I’m looking forward to doing the BirdSurvey this year because I’ve already spotted more than I usually do at the end of the month!
We’re open for the next two weekends Fri-Sun before closing for winter, why not release the inner child & come for a welly walk, enjoy the autumn colour & stroll through crunchy leaves with no one to see you!
Next Bulb Lasagne Workshop is on Oct.4th. 11am-12noon Practical £16 includes a Bulb Lasagne to take home for spring colour. This Sept.Workshop was booked by a group of ladies are from Rowlands Gill W.I. Why not bring a friend? Booking essential. Max 8 participants. (Followed by Gardeners Question Time after lunch.