Thursday 4 June 2020

It was great to see Rob and Linda Nottage back in their natural habitat: on the ramparts!

Elsewhere there was plenty to do. The Forget-me-nots have finished flowering and are looking unsightly. We don’t put these on the compost or we’d have them springing up everywhere!

It was also time to cut back the Hellebores to the base of their leaves; these are fine to add to the compost bin.

Just as we were packing up Glyn wandered into the gardens, camera slung over his shoulder. He took some photos (see below) and promised to come back next week to do some work!

Philadelphus, also known as ‘Mock orange’ for its wonderful fragrance
Clematis
Wild flower meadow

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