Tete a tete daffodils, primulae and camellia flowers dominate in March.

In April, erythroniums, tulips, pansies and scilla are flowering.

In May there is a stunning array of azaleas together with the new growth of acers and conifers. Other May flowers include anemone blande, muscari, bluebells, primulae, tulips, camellias, wisteria and tree peonies.

Colour continues in June with foxgloves, aliums, poppies and lilies of various sorts.

Until the end of May air frosts are always a threat. If necessary we apply fleece protection over large numbers of sensitive plants in order to keep the best  spring garden views for our visitors ...... and for ourselves!


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