Chipping Campden is a large village/small town quilted into the Cotswolds like a button on an overstuffed Victorian chair and like all […]
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Arisaig, Part II – Borrowed Landscapes
It’s not hard to spot a large Victorian garden – a few towering American conifers from that golden era of […]
Silver and Gold – a quick raid on Batsford Arboretum
We’ve been waiting for winter with bated breath. Insanely mild temperatures have tempted flowers and shoots out, causing horticultural pessimists […]
Fine bone structure – a garden on the threshold of spring.
My aunt phoned me and proposed a garden visit. It being early March we soon realised, after the initial burst […]
Pane relief – a tale of two glasshouses. Well, fourteen actually.
My beloved wooden greenhouse, painted a dusty green called “Sargasso”, is not very big but it’s the biggest we could afford when we moved […]