Spring has arrived early at Blenheim Garden this year and everything is bursting with fresh foliage, beautiful blossom and the magnolia’s and daffodils are looking exceptionally healthy.
The rows of daffodils I think have emerged a good ten days earlier than other years even though our out earlier.
The beds are being mulched and the two new beds for this year under the cherry plum trees are starting to take shape along the walkway to the south west towards the gallery. In October with the wedding near the arbour their will be snippets of colour through the trees and the camelias should still be in flower.
With the exhibitions Newfields Printmakers and then David Marsden, Jane Giblin and Matthew Sloane through October the garden backdrop will be a lovely aspect for Matthew’s sculptures. An opportunity to view the garden at this time of the year.
For garden groups there is a requirement to book and there is an entry fee.
Also another exciting event is Artlands Art exhibition at Kempton Distillery where Blenheim will be exhibiting our artists works as part of the Kempton Festival. A first for us but certainly a long standing Festival with many activities on the town of Kempton and in the area. So if driving by drop in to Kempton Distillery.