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Tag Archives: woodland
A mixed bag.
In just a few days since G.B.Foliage Day, the Rogersia which was just showing a couple of tiny leaves, has grown so much already. And it has put out so many new leaves. I think the colouring and the texture … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Baby birds, bog plants, first clematis and first rose, red lily beetle, Rhododendron ponticum, woodland 28 Comments
The Woodland in March. EOMV.
The white of the snowdrops has changed into the yellow of the narcissus, which means that the woodland looks totally different now that the warm sunshine has finished off the flowers of the snowdrops and crocus. Each day when I … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Cyclamen, Fritillaria meleagris, fritillaries, March flowers, narcissus, snowflakes, Tulip sylvestris, woodland, woodland gardening 36 Comments
Woodland in February. EOMV.
There is quite a difference in the woodland since the end of January. Most of the snowdrops are up and flowering, some have even have finished and I am waiting for just one clump to open up to the sunshine. … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged cardamine pratensis, Crocus, Cyclamen coum, hellebores, pulmonarias, snowdrops, woodland, woodland flowers 38 Comments
The Woodland In January. EOMV.
For my End of Month View this year, I have decided to show the woodland which will soon be flowering with all the spring bulbs that like to be under the tree canopy while the leaves are off the trees. … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Cyclamen coum, daphne, January flowers, snowdrops, woodland, woodland flowers 30 Comments
Weekend Safari to Knightshayes.
We gave ourselves a well earned break from weeding this last weekend and paid a visit to Knightshayes Court in Devon, one of our stately homes run by the National Trust, and famed for its woodland garden.
Posted in News Tagged Acer, Azalea, bluebells, Cyclamen repandum, Knightshayes Court, Magnolia, National Trust, Trillium grandiflorum, wood anemone, woodland, yew Comments Off on Weekend Safari to Knightshayes.
Right plant, right place.
Before moving here 20 yrs ago, I just looked after the garden of whichever house we were living in – not really interested – just keeping it tidy. It wasn’t until I was having to come down to Devon, house-hunting, … Continue reading