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Bio Diversity

There are foxgloves everywhere: in the Italian Garden, walled kitchen garden and elsewhere. Iris are competing hard for loveliest flower out at the moment. And the alliums and wild…
What a glorious sight – the cherries in blossom, set against the stunning box hedges in the walled kitchen garden. There is more apple, quince and medlar blossom to…
Between the showers today, the butterflies, bumblebees and a hummingbird hawk moth enjoyed feasting from the lavender. And volunteers and visitors enjoyed seeing them there! Why not come to…
Save the date for our Nature Day on 18 June! The Gardens are such a lovely haven for local wildlife. Mr Toad seemed happy today, near the rill pond….
The orchids on the bank are today’s favourite flower, but others are also looking lovely, in particular the waterlilies and irises and the roses. It was a very busy…
The Gardens are looking lush – so why not come and see for yourself on Sunday 21 May? The Handkerchief Tree (Davidia involucrata) is flowering beautifully this year –…
What a lovely week it has been and our Open Thursday visitors enjoyed it as much as we volunteers did. Why not join us next week? The sun shone…
Today we were thrilled to show Sally Kington the daffodils in Lime Wood. She surveyed them in 2003, when she was the International Daffodil Registrar, and we think we…
These iris are a joy to see as another herald of spring, but you have to snap a picture when you see them as the deer love eating them!…