Work has begun on restoring the lost paths running between the castle and the walled garden. This area was once landscaped lawns, paths and flower borders extending on from the walled garden. There are black and white photographs in Garden Cottage that show the gardens and this area in its former manicured glory. Before we started work the paths were completely overgrown, with mostly rhododendron ponticum and brambles and drainage issues have made them boggy and difficult to walk. We removed the majority of ponticum so now you can see light at the end of the tunnel! The next step is to sort the drainage, scrape the paths with the digger, open up the canopy a little more to allow the ground to dry out and then lay chippings down. For this we need to source a chipper, and will be a great job for WWoofers. The area is amazing to walk through, https://dietitianlavleen.com/get-rid-of-accutane/ there are hundreds of seedlings, saved from deer browsing by all the bramble and rhody, an ancient gigantic oak tree and some impressive monkey puzzles which we will try and collect seed from one day…
The entrance to one of the paths below the castle steps
Ancient Oak, if you look carefully you can see the part of the old telephone cable grown into the trunk
A little circle of light on the path
The light at the end of the tunnel – looking out to the walled garden.
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