Oh how we long for spring to arrive! In in this February’s diary I chart its progress with lots of snaps taken around the Ednovean Farm Garden
January brings the breath of spring leading us to another year in our garden at Ednovean Farm
The gardens at Ednovean Farm started life as an old farmyard a sand school and field. Follow the the metamorphosis to formal courtyards and the sub tropical gardens you see today
The velvety soft colours of autumn, the inspiring colours and golden light – Autumn in our garden
I’ve come to treasure the changing face of autumn in the garden – the mellow shades of gold and russet that deck the leaves, the low subtle light and the ever-changing skies. Now is the time for planning a little bit for the promise of warmer days to come when winter gives way to spring, […]
“Away down to Lamorna” is chorus of a famous Cornish song and I had forgotten just how beautiful Lamorna Valley was, until we drove down through the valley to the harbour again this week.
Lamorran House Italianate gardens are a must for garden visitors seeking a truly palm filled, sub tropical garden with a style of its own – flamboyant, dramatic, occasionally OTT but never boring – a garden with real soul.
July brought us a Mediterranean summer that will live in our memories for many years to come and the garden has flourished, revelling in the warmth that stretched into the dusk.
Hello!! Well this May I suddenly realised that it was nearly summer and I was still “in” spring mode so we had a flurry of editing and replanting the courtyard pots whilst in the wider garden we’ve been rescued by the wildflowers and the heady mix of formal and informal has never been more beautiful […]
There is an air of anticipation for the day ahead now, as I step outside the door each morning and spring settles sweetly over the garden. We’ve had to work much harder this spring, to put out garden back on track for the year but at the same time, it has been deeply satisfying to […]