A video tour of Our Garden@19 in early June. Please select Watch on YouTube and select full screen. We are opening our garden for the National Garden Scheme on the 28th June, whilst…Keep reading
The Covid-19 restrictions have inevitably prevented any meetings of our club, The Black Pear Gardening Club..blackpeargc.org.uk Our family has been using Skype for keeping in touch so I decided to try and hold…Keep reading
Orchards have long been a feature of the Worcestershire Countryside, apples for cider, eating and cooking and similar with pears and plums. The Vale of Evesham has a popular fruit blossom trail and…Keep reading
In August 2019 Irene and I were invited to a family event near Lincoln, this provided the perfect opportunity to visit a garden that has long been on my wish list ever since…Keep reading
When we purchased the house, I designed the garden and the rear of the main border, now named the blue border, was planted with climbing roses, trained to rope swags. Unfortunately, the rope…Keep reading
………..and the bee! The Spider and the Fly, by Mary Howitt. 1828.Keep reading
Narcissi are one of the delights of spring. Here are some that brightened the spring in Our garden@19, from the smallest… …to the weird. To the big and blowsy… The next few pictures … Continue reading Daffodil delights & Narcissus narcissism.
Welcome to Our Garden@19. All we need now is some Spring weather!
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The National Botanic Garden of Wales is one of our favourite places to visit in Wales. “It is a charity dedicated to the research and conservation of biodiversity, to sustainability, lifelong learning and … Continue reading The National Botanic Garden of Wales.
On Wednesday we replaced our Hats, Gloves, Scarves and Muddy Boots with our ‘Wednesday Best’ to attend the Worcestershire County National Garden Scheme AGM and lunch. ( This being a charity, garden owners … Continue reading Hats, Gloves, Scarves & Muddy Boots.
Happy New Year. What are your aims and ambitions for 2018 and will you need some of the above?
It is often said that August is a poor time for English gardens, if you visit Chloris At The Blooming Garden. you will see how wrong that statement can be. I am joining in … Continue reading Ten favourite plants for August 2017
These pictures were taken with my Canon 18-200mm lens with the Canon close up lens 500D 72mm attached. What is providing you with a Close-up view of spring?
On Sunday (Mothering Sunday) we visited the Gardens Illustrated Garden Festival held at Westonbirt School, Tebury, Gloucestershire. You can read about its history along with details regarding visiting the garden on the website: Holford … Continue reading Chocolate and Flowers.
Into the Oriental Garden… Take a seat and enjoy the view.
Please click on the link to see more Dutch Masters. http://ourgarden19.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/dutch-masters-2016.html
The 19th January 2016 saw the first real frost in Our garden@19.
Romeo Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? St Marks.
Feeding and watching the birds that visit Our Garden@19 is one of the joys of owning a garden. Photographing them is more of a challenge! Gold Finch.