It definitely feels like June

 

 

Echiums in the ednovean farm Gardens in June

It feels like June with the Echiums swaying gently and alive with bees against the bluest skies i

All in all I can definitely say it is starting to feel like June now with a new high forming over the British Isles to bring that delicious holiday heat. Perhaps we were lucky, last week, to live in West Cornwall, with the most westerly and the most southerly point nearly on our doorsteps. Certainly our Bed and Breakfast guests made the best use of geography and leap-frogged to the best spots to enjoy their holidays: one day a trip to the Lizard Point to walk around the Peninsular, another to Land’s End to explore the craggy granite cliffs and they even managed a warm sunny evening to watch a play at the Minack Theatre too!

We are still getting ready for a new photo shoot at the end of the month here at Ednovean farm and this week I spent a little time reorganising the garden room. I found some chic dark grey cushions in Penzance to set off the vintage Habitat wicker chairs

and I’m still plotting the fate of the sofa! Spud and Louis requisitioned a chair while the covers were in the washing machine and looked totally cute when they were caught curled up together, to while away an afternoon.

Garden room in Cornwall

I’ve reorganised our garden room with its ochre washed walls and warm terracotta tiled floor

 

About Christine Taylor

Charles and Christine Taylor have hosted Luxury Bed and Breakfast at Ednovean Farm Nr Penzance in West Cornwall since 1991 and live there with three cats and eight horses including a Spanish Stallion called Danni. Christine writes a weekly blog about life on the farm and garden with an occasional series about places of interest in West Cornwall

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