Saturday, 25 April 2015

No 17 25th April

Time seems to be flying and the garden has  woken up very quickly.

The Camellias and Magnolias have been fantastic this year and the early Rhododendrons are looking good.


 The new bed has come on a pace - manure and spent compost dug in to improve the  sandy soil.  I moved Cornus Radiant Rose (Dogwood) from the middle of the garden; it will do much better here,  also a  Fringe Tree which was in  too shady an area - replaced with Mag Henry Kern; Grevillea Jenkinsonii, Camellia Desire  and Kalmia Elf; all moved from the shrubbery.



I wandered down to No 2 last week - my goodness a lot of work has gone on there -  major renovation and planting; looking amazing.

Benches are repainted - thanks to P
Conifers trimmed - thanks to D

Off to Harrogate Flower show tomorrow - will try not to buy to many plants ...... but have a gap in the white bed and the new border isnt full...yet

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT OUR OPEN WEEKEND JUNE 20/21ST

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