Open Day at Movie Master’s Garden
This is an opportunity to enjoy Summer in full bloom in a peaceful countryside setting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Beautiful Wye Valley in England.
Welcome to Movie Master’s Country Garden.
The Hardy Fuschia thrives in ordinary garden soil and has a long flowering season from June to October. Cut the branches back after flowering for new growth and flowers the following year.
Love in the Mist is a beautiful delicate flower grown easily from seed planted in the spring.
The seedheads look very attractive dried in flower arrangements.
Refreshments will be available all day in The Retreat.
Choose from Home made cakes, delicious Cream Teas and Farmhouse Ice Cream.
My Recommendation for ‘Plant of The Year’: Erysimum linifolium ‘Variegatum’.
Suitable for a container, pot or border, this is a compact plant that will grow approximately 2 foot high.
The small two tone coloured flowers and the variegated leaves are a delight.
As the flowers die, keep cutting back the stems and it will reward you with non-stop flowering from April-November.
Relax in a garden seat overlooking the Orchard, you may catch a glimpse of the cows Our Nosy, Noisy & Photogenic Neighbours who will only be too happy to pose for photographs.
Here is your chance to see the infamous Mysterious Glowing Objects reported in Movie Master’s Garden earlier this year.
A abundance of yellow and orange blooms mistakenly identified and reported as an unknown source of glowing light.
For the energetic amongst you, there will be a guided 1 hour walk through the Beautiful English Countryside at 2.00 pm.
Antirrhinum is commonly known as "Snap Dragon".
For summer bedding, plant out in Spring for a colourful display throughout Summer.
Collect the seeds to dry and scatter around the garden for next years flowering.
Rudbeckia Cherokee Sunset is a Hardy Perennial that will flower year after year.
Rich blooms in deep rustic shades of yellow/orange to bronze and mahogany, most with dark centres.
Campanula medium also known as Canterbury Bells, the bell flower, are easily grown from seed and flower from May to July.
They are best in massed planting in borders or amongst shrubs.
We have many varieties of bush and climbing roses, enjoy their colours and scent as you wander around the garden.
Crocosmia Lucifer also known as Montbretia, this hardy plant has brilliant flame-red sword like flowers providing excellent cut flowers.
A real taste of the country ‘Pick your own’!
Fill a tub with fresh produce - choose from tomatoes, cucumber and salad to take home.
I hope you enjoy your visit and I will look forward to seeing you on the next Open Day.
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