In the garden
Summer in the Palace
In summer our garden is bursting with growth. The organically grown fruit and vegetable crops have filled out the beds and brightly coloured flowers vying for attention with our honeybees.
The walled garden is especially full of activity as gardeners tend to and harvest the crops to sell on the barrow. Watch out for the sprinklers!
Look out for:
- Vibrant coloured blooms in the pollinator friendly borders in the walled garden
- The espalier fruit trees start bearing their crops including peaches, plums and apples
- The new Bishop Compton beds are starting to fill out and establish – over 80 different species, bordered by an attractive low wattle fence
Find out more about our garden.