The garden today
August Bank Holiday and too busy to compose a blog – harvesting produce, trimming hedges, weeding paths, and enjoying the long-awaited sunshine and our visitors. Lots of lovely enthusiastic comments in our visitors’ book so they are obviously enjoying the garden too. Here’s just one from 2 visitors (thanks Pam and Chris) yesterday:
‘Absolutely enchanting. What a special place.”
Here are some photos of the garden today to whet your appetite if you haven’t visited yet…
Oh and the other thing that’s keeping me busy is preparing a talk which I’ve been invited to give to the Hardy Plant Society next Saturday – entitled ‘Gardening in the Wild’. Here’s a taster…
The common name for this lovely willowherb is Codlins-and-cream and is a food plant for the fat grey and black caterpillars of the Elephant Hawk-moth. Who knew?
Whilst I don’t find time as often as I should to write a blog we do put photos regularly on Instagram @Nantybeddgarden