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    Artist in Residence Bulletin 9

    Some of you may recollect that I was given a piano a few months back, a gift from one of the gardeners, Ayshea Pinci, to help kick start the residency and furbish my poly-tunnel artist studio. After months of speculating about possible uses for the said piano, which if anything has provided a talking point […]

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    Family fun guaranteed

    Like anyone preparing for a scorching beach break, we’ve been working very hard on getting in shape for the summer season. We still offer dreamy lakeside strolls, as well as more serious walking across the estate and down into Pont Felin Gât to see the waterfall. The stunning plantings in the unique and historic Double Walled […]

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    Horticulture Day Courses at the Garden

    Over the past year we have added a selection of horticulture based courses to our programme of craft based courses like felting, stained glass and willow. Our general garden design courses are run by Horticultural Trainer, Neil Barry. Originally from County Cork in Ireland, Neil has a history of teaching horticulture gaining experience Kew, the […]

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    World’s Biggest Flower Market

    The BBC’s The World’s Biggest Flower Market aired last night on BBC 2. It gave a fascinating insight into the cut flower industry. Timely as I happen to be delivering a grow your own cut flower course Saturday 4th June.

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    Dare to let your grass grow

    The grassland between the Great Glasshouse and Upper Broadwalk has become a wonderful place to see wildflowers.

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    Grow your own cut flowers

    Grow your own cut flowers and be blessed with stunning floral displays both outside and inside your home. Many garden plants can be enjoyed as cut flowers.

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