Featured Posts in'Exotic Garden' Category

Don’t forget to water your containers in wet weather!

Colocasia esculenta with Hosta 'Fire and Ice' I feel a bit sluggish this week as I had an angiogram on Monday Read more..

Summer at Exotic Garden…

Solenostemon (Coleus) with Colocasia (Edo) from Morrison’s supermarket! It’s been a very busy week here at the Read more..

The top of the year to you!

Dahlia 'Art Nouveau' At last we are in the summer season, though weather-wise you might not think so! April Read more..

The new season at the Exotic Garden begins…

At last the garden is up to scratch with new gravel laid - unfortunately some off my tallest Cordyline’s have decided Read more..

A rather cool, blustery and overcast late May at the Exotic Garden…

After such a spectacularly hot and humid April, May has been rather a disappointment to say the least, but then we do Read more..

What a fabulous week removing dead things!

It must be spring! Some while back I asked, well pleaded really for volunteers to help in the Exotic Garden. For Read more..

Late March in the not so ‘Exotic Garden’, though the sap is rising!

Tink - my Chocolate Havana yawning on top of the propagation frame - he is very good at that! Firstly, many apologies Read more..

Exotic Gardens to Visit

The South West is the obvious place to start your visiting tour of gardens containing exotic plants. La Seigneurie in Read more..

Lots of dead plants at the Exotic Garden but who’s counting!

With such a warm day 13C no less, it was time for a good inspection of the garden, so this morning I braved the Read more..

A Walk around the not so Exotic Garden in late January…

Ahhh – the delights of late January 2011! Well, at least the days are getting longer and some plants are starting to Read more..