Here’s a February Feast of images from an impressive garden full of interesting and unusual plants.
Jeremy Spon writes about a visit to a most unusual garden in the heart of Kent.
See the winning photos in all six classes showing some beautiful images of plants and gardens – and the odd cat!
Here is a gallery of all the plants in the Top 30 in one place.
In the town of Shaftesbury something amazing happens each year in February.
See the winning photos in all six classes showing some beautiful images of plants and gardens.
From Shaftesbury in the snow to Thenford on a sunny and spring-like afternoon – the weather could hardly have been more different as we headed for Northamptonshire on our second major snowdrop expedition of the year.
We are lucky enough to have friends living near Cambridge, which gave me the opportunity to visit the wonderful winter garden at Anglesey Abbey that is also famous for it’s snowdrops.
I ventured out on another dull, dark day last Sunday to see what I could find at Hole Park. Was it folly? Read on to find out . . .
In 2009 Kent Group reached its 21st birthday and on 26th April held a very special meeting to celebrate the event. We rounded off the afternoon with wine, tea and a beautiful cake.
Here are the winners in all six classes showing some beautiful images of plants and gardens
This year there were also drifts of narcissus, not something we’ve seen in previous years, and the magnolias were just bursting their furry buds.