I'm no longer much of a fan of showgardens and tend to gravitate to the nurseries and floral marquee more. However, I thought I would have a quick look to see what was on offer this year. Malvern has always... Continue Reading →
I have been wooed through the garden clubs I attend to enter the world of competitive plant shows. My curiosity was raised last summer when I visited my first AGS show and this Easter I made the decision to compete... Continue Reading →
Following on from my previous report here are some of the other showgardens at this year's Malvern Spring Show. As you can see the standard is excellent this year. Above is the Inside-Out garden by Jody Lidgard and sponsored by... Continue Reading →
I think I can safely say that the standard of showgardens at Malvern Spring Garden show is getting better and better. There were two gold medals awarded which is wonderful and to be honest I think a couple of the... Continue Reading →
I'm not a big one for celebrating the New Year, I find it very over hyped and commercial and people seem to have high expectations for having an amazing time. For me Christmas marks the end of the year and... Continue Reading →
This evening I had the opportunity to have another sneaky peak at the gardens at Malvern Spring show. I had been down on Monday helping on one of the gardens but it was interesting to see them finished. There was... Continue Reading →
I have had a fantastic day today working down at the Malvern showground helping Deb's with her garden. Poor old Debs has struggled with the garden, especially yesterday because of the heavy wind and rain we had on Saturday night. ... Continue Reading →
See my guest post at the Meet@Malvern blog here about the historical delights of Great Malvern which you can enjoy when visiting the Malvern Spring Show. Do let VP and I know if you are planning to come to the show... Continue Reading →
As I live in Malvern the RHS Malvern Spring show is my local show (literally its 5 mins drive from my house and I can hear the announcements from my garden if the wind is in the right direction). I... Continue Reading →
Hi, welcome to blog.
I have been blogging mainly about my garden since 2008 but my proper job is in higher education administration.
I have been very lucky since I started to blog to meet lots of interesting people, learn loads about plants, and visited lots of amazing gardens. These days my posts aren't as regular as they used to be because of work commitments but whenever I come across something interesting or beautiful that I think readers might enjoy I shall try to share it with you