The Patient Gardener

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Whilst the garden might not be as floriferous (there’s that word again) as some at the end of September I am pleased with the range of texture and colour from foliage at the start of Autumn.  The borders along the grass path are looking fuller and more established than a year ago I have finally cracked the left hand corner at the beginning of the path which because of its sunny location… Read More

In the midst of the Herefordshire farmland there is a small but perfectly formed oasis – Westonbury Mill Water Gardens.  The 3 acre garden is made up of a complex system of streams surrounded by lush planting with the odd quirky building to distract you. This is not a garden of thought provoking design nor is it full of rare and unusual plants.  This is a garden of stillness, tranquility, water and… Read More