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.
Each day the autumn colours have glowed in soft buttery yellows, fading bronze and russet, revelling in that special low slanting light of the closing year.
Join me for this month garden diary as high summer gives way to autumn.
This month I’ve made two new prairie style borders to lengthen the interest through the season.
High summer! In July’s garden diary the Agapanthus bloom and I take a look at that tricky term Hortus conclusus in garden design and share this months garden snaps
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, […]