Yesterday it was raining.
Something as natural as rain cannot STOP the team of volunteer gardeners at Bannockburn House! The walled garden, after a century of neglect, is once again beginning to take shape:
Boots are provided for the volunteers [there is much digging still to be done!]
Bannockburn Trust is fortunate to have several volunteer blacksmiths who have set up a forge beside [what was once] the Head Gardener’s house. IRON railings reclaimed from long forgotten boundaries of the garden:
These IRON BENCHES will be there for visitors to take rest at the circle-centre of a [not quite square] walled garden: providing a chance to pause, observe, feel and sense . . .
from green flowers blossom:
[Kate, Head Gardener for Bannockburn Trust, picked these flowers from Bannockburn garden and handed them to me to take home to Sian, my wife]