Leaf Form III was created by Peter Clarke and fits perfectly in the Bog Garden.
Even small pieces, like these ants,on the window sill, add interest for visitors.
The new cedar shed was designed by Judith and built by Nigel. We have used old stained
glass windows dating from the 1930’s and the design allows us to display items we
have collected, such as a railway lamp, part of an ox harness and a milkmaid’s yoke.
The chairs on the veranda were made by Ed Brooks and are known as “hedgerow chairs”.
Nigel built the folly above using old Jersey bricks and the Gothic window and door
arch from Redwoodstone .
The grotesque above the door is called “Shy George”.
The inspiration for this part of the garden came from a reference to an ancient priory,
which no longer exists, in our valley.
We saw these walnuts and knew we had just the right place for them. They come from
the Landscape Ornament Company who have a wide range other fascinating handmade designs.