Category: View 2007

Gratitude

Laurie & Cindy and the kids leave Croome to seek new adventures, and we wish them all well. Croome will not be the same without you guys. Thank you so much for these beautiful plants. and these.. This recently widened border will provide an ideal home for some of them and These guys appear to have settled in already. More bricks emerge from… Read more »

Standing on higher ground

Displacement of the clay provides some rare scenes, worth noting. Meanwhile, we prepare for the seasonal bonfire rituals.

Landscaping duties

Almost one year after starting work on the formal rose gardens frustration was finally overtaking progress. It was time to review our strategy. With a little help from some new friends, we were suddenly ahead of schedule again, with spare time to dredge the dipping pond and prepare the south wall border for maturity.

Friends of Croome visit

It was a privilege to greet the Friends of Croome as they gathered outside the recently restored ‘secret’ garden gate. The weather was particularly kind, favouring us with a warm and sunny day. After taking in the view of the Malvern Hills, from our unique vantage point, we conducted a detailed inspection of the 100m long ‘Hot Wall’ with its five underground furnaces. An informal stroll along the borders provided… Read more »

Balance of pressure

Just as the land is sliding inside the walls, the same applies outside; and the effect is the same.