July. I know it was busy, but seeing as time in 2020 is punctuated with far fewer events than usual, my memory of it seems to have blurred at the edges, swimming in and out of focus on buckets of flowers, seedlings to tend to, and overnight couriers to sort. My favourite joy this month … Continue reading July
Underrated, undemanding, and full of sneezes; the grasses in June quietly being the prettiest things around. The meadows are in full flourish; the grasses brush head, shoulders, knees, and toes, while the grasshoppers sing and butterflies flit this way and that. The foxgloves bend and bow in the dry heat, and the roses are spangled … Continue reading June 17th Flowers
At peak Tulip time, when the garden is bursting with Spring, join us on for a day of informal lectures, practical workshops, food, wine, and spring flowers.
Escape for a restoratively creative day in the depths of rolling English countryside within a quintessentially English cottage garden.