Gardener’s Blog – September

Gardener’s Blog – September

September arrived and with it came some beautifully foggy mornings where the garden slowly revealed itself from the haze as the mornings warmed. So far, these mornings have turned into beautiful, bright and sunny days. The seasons are definitely changing but that’s...
Some TLC For Our Follies

Some TLC For Our Follies

**Update 26/10/21 – work has now been completed** Thanks to the loyal support of visitors and members over the past year or so, the Rococo Garden Trust is now in a position to progress with the repair and repainting of two of our much-loved follies, along with a...
Gardeners’ Blog – August

Gardeners’ Blog – August

Midsummer Lights My last blog left off with us flail mowing the orchard and the meadow in readiness for our new event, Midsummer Lights. Although this now seems like a distant past I still feel the need to talk about it a little, mainly about the incredible hard work...
Visiting the Garden – pandemic precautions

Visiting the Garden – pandemic precautions

The Garden will open as government guidance allows.  As of 1 September 2021, visitors are not required to book an arrival slot – you can simply turn up on an open day.  Providing your personal details for Test and Trace purposes remains “recommended”...
Gardeners’ blog

Gardeners’ blog

It might have been a while since the last gardeners’ blog, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy! As with anything like this it takes a little bit of time to get the words and the photos together, so I don’t think I’m going to be making any promises for doing a...
Artist-in-residence – Natasha Houseago

Artist-in-residence – Natasha Houseago

If you visit us over the coming weeks and months, you will notice a new temporary arrival in a corner of our car park.  We are delighted to be hosting local sculptor Natasha Houseago who will be working on carving some of the ash which has succumbed to die back in the...