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Seasonal Visits to two very different gardens – mid-summer at Bodnant

Back with the next installment in this series of posts where we visit Bodnant Gardens in North Wales and Wildegoose nursery and Garden in South Shropshire. In this mid-summer visit to Bodnant we enjoyed a warm bright day wandering around … Continue reading

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Return to a favourite garden – Wollerton Old Hall

We are lucky living where we do with the choice of top quality gardens for us to visit and enjoy. The counties of Shropshire, our home county, and its neighbour Herefordshire are home to some real gems from tiny back … Continue reading

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Bodnant’s Hot Border

We recently visited the National Trust’s Bodnant Garden in North Wales, a garden we had not seen for five years or more and we had heard that the new Head Gardener had made many changes for the better. We were blown away by … Continue reading

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Hot! Hot! Hot!

Red hot plants! The hot border in our front garden at our home plot is looking good! Hot! Hot! Hot! The rich colours of fire dominate – yellows, oranges and reds with splashes of warm blues and the occasional white … Continue reading

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