Winter is tightening its grip on the garden at Ednovean farm now, yet new spring growth is trying to prise open its waxy fingers.
Ednovean Farm's garden throughout the year
Follow the sub tropical gardens and courtyards at Ednovean Farm though the season in our monthly garden diary. Each month I take fresh new photos to share with you and share our garden projects.
We’ve had a productive messy time this October in the garden. Putting the summer garden to bed and preparing for spring with new bulbs
The play of light on old stone walls, the dappled sunshine falling on the plants, the shadows that frame and conceal all make for a wonderful atmosphere at this time of year..
High summer allows the boldest colours to shine at their dramatic best in the gardens
As the garden entrances play their part in building the anticipation for visiting the garden so the garden lays a seductive layer of charm around the house.
Today I wanted to tell you more about the revamp of the sunken courtyard. The aim was both to add a little Gallic charm and bring my lovely little “Drying yard” up to a five star entrance for our pretty Apricot Bedroom!
There is a certain romance about the June garden; an indefinable atmosphere of triumph as the garden fulfils the promise of the summer days
May has brought an exciting to the Ednovean Farm garden diary. Sub tropical Echiums jostle for space as Spring turns to summer. Read about our new potager and a very secial new table crafted out of upcycled wood
Spring sent a love letter to the world, this Easter, to oh so gently sooth our Corona Virus days, with the certainty in the cycle of life in the countryside and garden
Golden spring days are ahead and ourgarden awakes to golden days of dafodils and we make new plans for our garden year.
Take a walk in our winter garden at Ednovean Farm and enjoy a season when the garden quietly rests, yet the layers of textures in the borders glow on those glorious days of winter sunshine.