So let's start!
At the top gate, the Trevarno Azalea welcomes us at this moment and it survived now the 4th Belgian winter which has been hard for a plant from mild Cornwall. But now, it's well off.
it was tricky to realise as the water has to run over the stones...
Epimedium (fleurs des elfes) - so dainty! I have discovered them in Foerster's garden and will continue planting some in shade
We are now at the geese border with huge Geranium oxonianum Southcombe Star, a real star when in flower and then it will be for all summer long, but patience is still required....
This is the view from behind the geese border
And here we have the hanging gardens with (original English!) runner beans to come up. The lattuce need protection from the two fellows.
Wee watch dog - can you see him? He can see you, no doubt!
This completes the tour and finally there is a picture of one of my preferred Geraniums phaeum (Zoë told me it's called "Mourning Widow" in the UK - who did find that name?) The bees and me, we love it - whatever the name is.
I hope you enjoyed the tour!