Our Senior Gardener Pete has been looking after Beatrix's garden at Hill Top for 30 years. Here you'll find updates from his seasonal blog and learn what goes on throughout the year.
Once the visitors leave Hill Top behind for another winter, Pete gets stuck in to some hard work in the garden.
After a glorious summer, signs of autumn are beginning to creep into the village of Near Sawrey and throughout the garden borders.
As a cold spring has transformed into a blistering summer, Pete fills us in on the challenges the hot weather has brought to the garden.
After a seemingly never-ending winter, new life is beginning to appear in the garden at Hill Top, and gardener Pete is on hand to spot the first signs of spring...
Follow Anya's monthly blog for seasonal highlights at Tarn Hows, Claife Viewing Station and the west shore of Windermere.
Rangers and volunteers have been busy planting saplings to create a new, native and healthy woodland around Moss Eccles tarn.
Beatrix Potter bought Hill Top with the royalties from the first of her little books, The Tale of Peter Rabbit. 100 years later, Head Gardener Pete Tasker is determined to return the tiny garden to the one Beatrix created.