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News from the Garden: why do plants seem to flower so late at Larnach Castle? , Larnach Castle

News from the Garden: why do plants seem to flower so late at Larnach Castle?

04/05/2017
News from the Garden! Why do plants seem to flower so late at Larnach Castle? Fog? Altitude? Our maritime climate? Fiona Eadie, Head Gardener at Larnach Castle, takes the question to task in her latest contribution to our blog.
News from the Garden, Larnach Castle

News from the Garden

18/03/2017
I was asked the other day "what’s the best plant in the garden at the moment". I was working in the rockery at the time and was about to say ‘Well, we all like different types of plants, so what is my favourite may not be yours. Go and have a look...
Things that go bump in the night, Larnach Castle

Things that go bump in the night

09/12/2016
Things that go bump in the night and shine in the light
Crafting the Laburnum at Larnach Castle, Larnach Castle

Crafting the Laburnum at Larnach Castle

26/05/2016
Perfection doesn’t come without effort. The view through Laburnum Pergola at Larnach Castle is a photographer’s dream, it showcases vistas of the city at one end of the arch and the castle with the fountain in foreground at the opposite end.
Flowers in Autumn, Larnach Castle

Flowers in Autumn

19/05/2016
This our Orange Gumtree (Corymbia ficifolia), originating from South-Western Australia. It was planted in our South Seas garden 18 years ago.

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