Winter is for resting … and for planning.


Early winter is a peaceful, quiet time in the Garden with its own beauty.  Gone are the colours of summer; replaced by the monochromatic greys and browns of bark and stone.


Before the snow gets too deep there are a few hardy souls who continue to visit the Garden, walking their dogs and playing on the pond.


At this time of year, the stacked stone walls that define the perimeter of the Garden really stand out. We always have to resist the urge to hide them with flower beds.


Meanwhile, the Gardeners and  Cabin Crew are enjoying a well deserved rest.  But we are making plans for 2015 … we’ll keep you posted (pun intended!)

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  1. Gerry

     /  March 14, 2015

    with the bee situation such as it is, is there something we can do in our gardens this summer to make them more “bee friendly”? concerned


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