The gardens at Le Grys Farm are a haven for wildlife and a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the view. An owl swoops low over the fields, hares race across the farm track and on a clear night, the vast Norfolk sky shimmers with stars. Painted by artists; studied by historians; and loved by anyone who treasures wildlife, Le Grys Farm is a very special place indeed.
Monday, 28 April 2014
Monday, 14 April 2014
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' is flowering its socks off.
Thursday, 3 April 2014
The downside of ‘Sweetmax’ is that it needs space, so plants should be placed 90cm apart. The upside is that you don’t need many of them since one plant should produce 2-3 socking great fruits. Apart from enjoying the harvest, I like growing squash because their leaves suppress weeds in the kitchen garden which cuts the workload for me and should a weed make it through the soil I have to look very hard to spot it (yes, there is at least one in the photo above).