Little Gardens of Trimley Open Weekend. 15th and 16th June 2019.
The weather on Saturday was ideal. Not too hot, not too cold. Just right.
The gardens were uniformly outstanding and simply perfect, although I suspect most of the owners would say there is always room for improvement. Although I lack any gardening knowledge or expertise, I spent six very innocent and happy hours visiting all the gardens in Trimley St. Martin. Below are some of the plants from the gardens I visited.
Sam Cowling and all the Little Gardens ‘officials’, take a bow for helping to initiate this most simple yet visually delicious of projects. Gardeners, I take my hat off to your aesthetic sensibilities and hard work. And I’m looking forward to the next event in two years time. Please.
Images from Garden 15
Making mountains out of molehills.
Images from Garden 14
Campanula and a Pink
Steve and Lynn have kept their stunningly beautiful, moribund Christmas Tree when the rest of us have sent our seasonal centre piece to be recycled.
Small but perfectly formed in every detail
Cape Fuchsia, Yellow Trumpet.
The Pineapple Tree