I wondered if u were part of Friends of the earth's national bee count. I have been sending them sightings and was thrilled to see so many bees in your poppy section and elsewhere . I bought your pretty thyme cos of the bees it attracted. Sadly the count ends on Thurs. 30th.
Mum was thrilled with the friendly Robin that followed us into the greenhouse, which was another fab bit of our visit, a coach trip from Springfield allotments, Southend, 40 miles away.
I visited with my 2 sisters and brother. We loved it and will be back with my nephews, nieces and others to see the animals and Which trial gardens which we didn't get round to seeing. Well done
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I have never heard of the national bee count but we get loads of bees in our garden in Enfield. They seem to particularly like our large purple flowered Hebe shrub in the front garden but go to lots of the other plants as... 続きを読む
I have never heard of the national bee count but we get loads of bees in our garden in Enfield. They seem to particularly like our large purple flowered Hebe shrub in the front garden but go to lots of the other plants as well.
I'll Google the national bee count to see what it is about.
How much does it cost to get in, it looks lovely. We are both pensioners
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It's very worth a visit,also if you don't fancy paying the superb Myddlton house gardens (+forty hall)are free and only quarter of mile away just past piedbull pub
I am the principal at Capel Manor college and we were very concerned with and upset about your comments posted on trip advisor. As you can see we generally attract very good comments and your comments are quite at variance with others visiting at the same time.
I am not sure if you realise that we are a charity and we rely on income from visitors to help us offer education and training to over 2,000 students.
as I am sure you are aware any garden is a living thing and as such has moods and periods when it is being prepared or revitalised.
As it happens I am puzzled by some of your comments. For exam[le there is no record of the Japanese garden being closed since its refurbishment was completed several weeks ago so I would be interested in when you visited and why you thought it was closed (the senior gardener on duty on Sunday 5th and other staff are quite clear that the Japanese garden was open on that day.
There is a programme for dead heading roses where appropriate and we are following this. Also some ramblers climbers and rugosa's are deliberately left as they produce hips which are ornamental in the autumn.
A lot of he gardens are sponsored and also won medals at Chelsea. Your comment re clashing colours is subjective and personal and one of the things we pride ourselves on is our diversity and the fact that everyone seems to find something they like when they visit. We are also surprised about your comment that the gardens are repetitive as this is the exact opposite to the normal comments.
Also we have just experienced a heat wave and that has put strain on the gardens.
We would like to thank you for taking the time to comment and would be happy to meet you sometime to explain more about what we are doing and what we hope to achieve.
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I have been to Capel Manor. I love it there. I love to walk around the grounds. The colours, the peace and quiet. There are s many interesting things to see. They hold regular event days. The college is renown and the work... 続きを読む
I have been to Capel Manor. I love it there. I love to walk around the grounds. The colours, the peace and quiet. There are s many interesting things to see. They hold regular event days. The college is renown and the work that goes on behind the scenes tend go unnoticed.