Ted Hughes’ garden at Lumb Bank.
Charleston – sculptures, a lake, the house and a lot more.
Virginia Woolf”s garden – 2 min 60 secs
I love that garden and the music.
Made it in the lunch break on a course at Rodmell
On a more modest scale my current garden.
The greenhouse the previous owners left behind and how it all is
two years later. We thrive on muddle.
Six years later some of our flowers in windy Saltdean.
An imaginery garden created at Totleigh Barton –
on an Arvon course in the 90s
Never to be forgotten, my tiny garden in Woodside in South London. I even
featured in a film. The biggest wrench of my life was to leave it after 30 years. But my mother had recently died and then my beloved Ash Tree got a decease and had to be felled the following year. Someone or something seemed to be telling me something!
‘The honey fungus clings to the Ash tree devouring its soul’
1 min 30sec
Magical characters we made for a film many years ago but it never got beyond the pilot stage. Hoping I might still do something creative with them.
Fruit and veg interspersed with everything always.
And of course just walk down the lane to Rottingdean we have Kipling’s Garden.
The well at the entrance to Kipling’s Gardens.
Last by by no means least…
My Garden – By Tomas Edward Brown.
A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot!
The veriest school
Of peace; and yet the fool
Contends that God is not–
Not God! in gardens! when the eve is cool?
Nay, but I have a sign;
‘Tis very sure God walks in mine.
I am so impressed with the Passion Flower rather exotic for up here in the North.x