September glory in the garden

Bourton House Garden is still overflowing with colour and this will continue well into October and first frosts.  Come and see what can be achieved with clever planting to extend the flowering season of the garden into autumn!  As well …

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Clipping the topiary

Head Gardener Jacky Rae giving the topiary its annual clipping.  Jacky and Gareth, her assistant, have been working their way around the many topiary features in the garden and everything is now looking crisp and sharply delineated.  As well as …

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The White Garden

Roses are blooming now in our lovely White Garden.  The photograph is taken from the White Garden looking across to the Topiary Walk with our 16th century Tithe Barn in the distance.

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Giant Echium

Echium pininana – flowering now in Bourton House Garden! It is a rosette-forming biennial, with each rosette producing a giant flower panicle up to 4m tall of funnel-shaped blue flowers.  Hugely impressive and bees love them!

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