Our aim is to support and encourage restoration of the historic features of the gardens
Lower picture: The Dutch Garden: This is the name for the central arrangement in the formal gardens. There is a circular bed in the middle which is surrounded by pie sliced beds. The gardening group planted a canna in the centre and removed the weeds. Above: Through the Lavender: Petunias in the Dutch garden, blue Cranesbill Geraniums in the Fountain Garden. The Pulham rockery also had a good tidy-up (7/6/2017).
Left: Pink Poppies on the Upper Terrace above the large Fountain. Right from top: The Indian Bean Tree (North American), Catalpa ignonioides, at the lower end of the large fountain, Poppies, white Hydrangeas and Achilleas in the wild flower garden coming up from Somerville Drive (25/6/2017)