Category Archives: Redcroft Garden Blog

Autumn Colour at Redcroft

    Some of the stars of the garden make their presence felt at this time. Foremost among them are the Nerines. From a small clump given to me thirty years ago by my parents-in-law from their Norfolk garden, this … Continue reading

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Redcroft Garden News May 2015

May is the best month in our garden and we have it open again on Sunday 17th (for details see Scottish Gardens website). ┬áIt is has changed so much in the month since our first garden opening in April . … Continue reading

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Redcroft Garden News

Not long to go now before we open our Edinburgh garden on Sunday 19th April, 2-5pm. A lot of extra work goes in to these openings and the garden benefits. I become rather painfully aware of all the nettles that … Continue reading

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Redcroft Garden News 23rd February 2015

We are almost at the moment when the garden emerges from the dull browns of winter to the prettiness of early Spring. Most of the colour is found very close to the ground. Sadly many of the purples crocuses have … Continue reading

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Redcroft Garden News – 1st February 2015

Anna Buxton’s blog from Redcroft Garden: It isn’t really Spring yet but there are marvellous scents wafting around in our garden.     Sarcococca confusa has rather unimpressive white flowers but it gives off a beautiful scent, and when picked … Continue reading

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