Patcham Garden Receives Lawncare and Pruning Treatment

A beautiful 3-tiered garden in Patcham is being cared for now by England's Gardens. The lawn needed cutting and edging and some of the shrubs, such as Berberis and Common Privet have been cut back  to shape.

It is really a very beautiful garden in need of general maintenance and up-keep. This week I will be pruning back some more of the shrubs nearer the end of the garden.

The garden has a delightful pond with a cascading stream descending down to the pond. I can imagine it gives the owners great joy and relaxation in the summer sun.

Tulips on display and a Lenten Rose on a bed banked by a retaining wall really bring some splendid colour to the garden.

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