Looking ahead is the thing to do this time of year. A garden burgeoning with promise, the faces of the heralds of spring are emerging from the beds and thoughts are already drifting to the spectacular seasonal displays that await later in the year. But one of the joys of working in heritage is that you must look back to move forwards and that’s exactly where this next bit is headed.Continue reading...
Each month Chris Flynn, Head Gardener at Dyffryn Gardens fills us in on what the team are up to. From reinstating garden features to what to look out for on your next visit, Chris gives us his top tips for the month.
9 Jan 2020
Published: 9 January 2020
26 Nov 2019
Published: 26 November 2019
Ground breaking? Not at all, but in design terms getting your hard landscaping right won’t just get you from A to B it also helps set the tone across the garden, tying built structures and grown elements together. More importantly than that in a garden revival, doing it properly and doing it once paves the way for a great deal more.Continue reading...
17 Oct 2019
Published: 17 October 2019
The calendar would suggest that autumn is here. Whilst there is a more persistent chill and lower light there are still vestiges of summer flying their colourful flags, before the returning reds, oranges and yellows of autumn pick up the baton.Continue reading...
30 Sep 2019
8 Aug 2019
Published: 8 August 2019
The summer bedding is in, the remnants of earlier projects have been rounded up and all of the tender perennials are bedded out. We’re in the thick of the maintenance season and whilst the why is clear, the idea of how is a little more fluid.Continue reading...
18 Jul 2019
Published: 18 July 2019
This is certainly the mantra of the gardeners at this time of year, plus a lot of watering of course, but it’s also a time to reap the rewards of projects from the year before when they have finally realised their floriferous potential.Continue reading...