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Echinacea Heaven

Last week I invited myself to Meadow Farm in Feckenham, nr Droitwich in Worcestershire, to see Rob and Diane Cole’s trial beds of Echinaceas. What a pleasure and a privilege! 441 more words

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Gatley Open Gardens - 2014

The second Gatley Open Gardens on 29th June 2014 was a fabulous success.

Hundreds of visitors enjoyed home-made cakes, sandwiches, music, art and most of all: beautiful gardens bathed in perfect sunshine. 23 more words

Open Gardens - A slice of village life

On one of the most sweltering days of the year, after weeks of  mowing, pruning, watering and weeding, we opened our garden as part of the annual village open gardens event.   416 more words

Llanfairtalhaern Open Gardens

At the weekend, I was very fortunate to know about the Llanfairtalhaern Open Gardens, here in North Wales, where eight very pretty gardens opened to the public with the help of the individual owners and the Red Cross. 41 more words

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Ballyrobert Cottage Garden, Ballyclare - rare opportunity to explore hidden gardens as part of Ulster Gardens Scheme @NationalTrustNI

Beauty Blooms in Ballyclare

Open Gardens offer a rare opportunity to explore the secrets of hidden and private gardens not usually open to the public and the Ulster Gardens Scheme has a spectacular array of gardens waiting to be enjoyed this summer. 260 more words


Rillington Open Gardens: The Pond Post

Evening all. Last week I promised to make another post of Rillington Open Gardens, this time dedicated to the Koi ponds of the village. Here, as promised, are a selection of the best ponds Rillington has to offer! 657 more words

Lewiston GardenFest Gardens

Another successful Lewiston GardenFest is under the belts of the hardworking committee. I bet you garden readers don’t get to many garden walks or open gardens in your area, as this area was one of the first in the country to have gardens open as a summer long event. 352 more words