The timing of Open Garden this weekend will see many different plants on show compared with our last garden opening two years ago. The amelanchiers are all in flower and as they typically remain in bloom for about a week this is no mean feat. They are a stunning example of Edna’s repeated planting throughout the village with many gardens enjoying their soft fragility. The bluebells are still blooming and the sparaxis bulbs in drifts are hanging in there but sadly not as spectacular as they were last weekend. To replace them the wisteria is looking stunning, the hawthorns and dogwoods are just about to flower and the vibrant green new leaves of the silver birches and malus ioensis crab apples are filling up the gaps in the garden.rn"
Jen and Paul - owners since 2010