Looking back to a sunny summer’s day!
Off down the A49 trunk road into Herefordshire for another visit to enjoy a fellow NGS, Yellow book garden. Windsor Cottage is near the village of Dilwyn and described as a wildlife friendly half-acre garden which has just completed a 5 year redesign.
This proved to be garden full of very special plants beautifully grown by a couple of keen, energetic gardeners who were so keen to share their garden with us. They are both artists and their use of colour and planting companions displayed their creative flair.
In order to share our enjoyment of Windsor Cottage with you I have created this gallery. Please click on the first picture and navigate using the arrows.
So this was a garden of great plants, two great plantspeople and an atmosphere of peacefulness and relaxation.
4 replies on “Another Yellow Book Garden: Windsor Cottage”
Lovely garden – do you know if that’s Echinacea pallida in your pictures!
Yes, it is Echinacea pallida- surely one of the most graceful flowers of all.
This post would make a lovely coffee table book. 🙂
Fabulous. What a feast.