March is a month of changes.
Towards the end of June, I visited the gardens at West Green House, near Hartley Wintney, for the first time, with my Mum and LO.
Earlier last month, I enjoyed a tranquil walk around Dyffryn Gardens, covering most of the arboretum and more structured gardens.
On a recent visit to Dyffryn Gardens, just west of Cardiff, on a fairly dull day, I was mesmerised by the carpet of pink petals strewn across the ground beneath a venerable Cercis siliquastrum, carpeting a lovely set of stone steps.
As well as the wonderful meadows of Camassia that I posted about yesterday, our recent visit to RHS Wisley was full of spring magic.
One Camassia leichtlinii in the garden border is pretty.
Snapshots of a walkabout at Dyffryn Gardens, near Cardiff, on a sunny spring afternoon.
How many times can you move a botanic garden? For Bristol University Botanic Garden the answer stands at three times.
On our recent trip to Kent, my Mum and I managed to squeeze in one last garden visit before we left.
When my Mum and I headed cross-country for a couple of days recently, our main focus was an evening at Sissinghurst with Sarah Raven; a birthday gift shared.