Salisbury Charter Market – perfect for foodies and gardeners

If you love a traditional English market, then Salisbury Charter Market is definitely worth a visit. It’s not huge – and it is outdoors so sometimes you have to brave the elements, but it has the feel of markets as they used to be. Every Tuesday and Saturday for the best part of the day, it’s busy and bustling, there are the smells of hog … Continue reading Salisbury Charter Market – perfect for foodies and gardeners

100 years of glory at Exbury

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the spectacular 200-acre Exbury Gardens near Beaulieu in the New Forest. World famous for its Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rare trees and shrubs, Exbury is celebrating its big birthday with some impressive new projects and a series of special events. A new ‘secret centenary garden’ and ‘stream’ of spring bulbs opened to the public in … Continue reading 100 years of glory at Exbury

For those who love a good garden centre

We love a good garden centre – whether you’re a budding Capability Brown or just have one or two herb pots, there’s something very peaceful about drifting through the plants, sniffing roses, hunting out the healthiest specimens, and asking advice on whether or not that lovely hydrangea would be pink or blue in your soil. And if you can stop for a good cup of … Continue reading For those who love a good garden centre