Come into my world

A selection of photos from my perambulations over the last few months.

We’re back in business

So much happens in May, you blink and you miss it. When you open your eyes in June though, everything has gone from dull brown

Regent’s Park a high summer stunner

I can’t be very observant. I’ve been visiting Regent’s Park my whole life but only paid attention to the inc

Great Dixter – a garden outside of time

Stepping onto Great Dixter soil is like stepping into a dream world of wispy, airy meadows, curvy Dali-esque hedges, alien jun

Nymans, Hayward’s Heath

On Sunday 5th July, we visited Nymans, one of the four famous gardens featured in the BBC mini series, British Gardens in Time

A walk on the South Downs at dusk

It started with a lama and ended with an allotment of Delphiniums, with wildflower meadows and immaculate fields in between. E

Standen House, East Grinsted

On the first morning of our summer holiday in Sussex we were diverted by rain from Wakehurst to nearby Standen House, and I&#

From the streets: who needs a garden to garden?!

I was just moseying around Brighton at lunch and four¬†houses caught my eye down a street by the North Laines. They don’

35 Turret Grove Open Garden

The National Garden Scheme (NGS) is brilliant because it raises money for charity and lets us snoop around other people’

Brachyscome iberidifolia (blue) window box pruning

Back at the start of the year we spent ages trying to decide the type of window boxes to get for our bay window and what flowe

Cragside, Northumberland

In July 2014 we went on a road trip around the north of England and Scotland, covering off some of the most beautiful areas of

Biddulph Grange

In the summer of 2014 we had a staycation in the UK, roadtripping it to Yorkshire, Northumberland, Scotland, the Lake District