The waterfall in mid summer
The flag festival in March.
The cycle path in the autumn.
The deer in the snow.
Susie playing in the snow.
The phone box in spring?
The new garden in its second spring.
Spring growth in the back paddock.
And from the other side
The woods next to the car park.
The snow came down heavily one year- 12 inches at least!
There was no swimming the next day!
Many boughs were snapped by the weight of the snow - this is the tree by the dustbins.
The bees stayed clustered inside.
The Bottle Brush plant in the front courtyard was at its brilliant best last summer, and we are hoping for another good show this year.
A view from the Western side. The tree to the left is a dwarf weeping copper beech and on the right the silver leaved weeping pear is visible.
This angle, from behind the garden fence, shows the magnificent white dogwood in early summer. You will note that the thatch is looking very much the worse for wear in this picture and badly needed replacing. It has since been done.
Taken from above, by the steps to the greenhouse, this Easterly aspect is brought to life by the pale green spring foliage of the mock orange.
Viewed from the dining room the wisteria frames the garden nicely.