Laurence Sterne (1713-68)
Irish novelist and clergyman
|The Aeolian wind pipes have had a make over|
Around the Jurassic garden the plants are doing well. The tree ferns are needing regular watering in this hot weather and the chain ferns below benefit from this
|Tree ferns and giant Chain ferns|
|Our Tetrapanax is growing well|
|The banana plants enjoying the warmer weather|
|This Salvia is flowering earlier|
|The Ginko tree now two years old is also growing well|
|The WW2 vegetable garden|
|The honeysuckle on the fence is a mass of colour and scent|
Mrs Legg's flower bed has had a makeover and the plants trimmed and cut back and a couple of new small fuchsias have been planted
|Mrs Legg's flower bed|
|The pond and established flower bank|
Both Emperor and Migrant Hawker dragonflies have been seen lately, a Comma butterfly on the verbena and a humming bird hawk moth on the geums.
The garden is open to the public July 22nd and July 23rd. It will be well sign posted. In 2016 proceeds from NGS gardens which opened right across the country raised some £2.7 million pounds for various charities. Opening times from 13.00 to 17.00 on both days. Refreshments available. We look forward to seeing you all there!