More colour starting to arrive in the garden in February with lovely displays of Hellebores, including this brilliant one, Madame Lemonnier.
And this Draba, which I moved into the Alpine House. seems to have appreciated its move. 🙂
We have quite a few Saxifrages in the Water Garden growing in Tufa rock, a soft limestone into which you drill a hole and place the plant.
Another shot of the Tufa: you can see some holes that blackbirds have pecked the plants out of. 🙁
Tete-a-tete daffodils, together with Pulmonarias, growing under a beech tree in the West Garden. Later on, there’ll be Bluebells coming up.