Christmas has arrived at the GardenShop

Christmas is nearly here now and as well as having our beautiful Christmas window up for a while, we’ve had all kinds of wonderful gifts and Christmas stock in the shop. Christmas Window From lovely Christmas cards and wrapping paper, to lights, decorations, and...

November in the Garden

November comes and November goes, With the last red berries and the first white snows. With night coming early and dawn coming late, And ice in the bucket and frost by the gate. The fires burn and the kettles sing, And earth sinks to rest until next spring. –...

October in the Garden

October … the season of mellow fruitfulness! When I was a girly, we always had our Harvest Festival in October, and I can still remember attending marvellous services (some of the best hymns to sing and play), followed by a magnificent Harvest Supper! The altar in...

September in the Garden

Lovely September is welcomed in with a bit of Indian Summer we hope! The weather has been a bit up and down lately (Devonians are famous for their understatement!), but I hope that everyone is now reaping the rewards of a fruitful season in the garden. We had rather a...

Things to do in September …

My goodness, the year bounds onwards towards Autumn and hopefully some of that lovely Indian Summer weather! We have certainly had our share of ‘weather’ this year … some of the coldest, wettest and hottest I can remember for a long time. All of which all makes for...