Bulbs are creating magnificently colourful spring displays, but there are numerous gorgeous summer bulbs and tubers too – many of which should be planted right now. Summer flowerers divide into two main groups: winter-hardy types that happily remain Read more


Believe it or not spring really is just around the corner and I am beginning to salivate at the thought of the wonderful local seasonal produce we can look forward to, and of course the perfect wines to accompany it. First off has to be juicy, tender Read more


The breeding season for moorland birds on Dartmoor coincides with the lambing season and, with the arrival of spring, the moorland will be full of new life, so it is particularly important for all of us to be Moor Aware. Many visitors and local peopl Read more

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This year we re-opened on Saturday, March 3rd. It’s been a busy winter - we had our busiest ever St Clement’s Day celebration with over 200 visitors, a sing-song with Mariner’s Away and quite a few blacksmiths too. The fastest snail in the snail race Read more

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After a long cold damp winter we’re looking forward to spring returning to Castle Drogo and the Teign Gorge. Inside the castle it’s been a busy few months of deep cleaning the rooms and getting ready for the new season. There are some exciting new ad Read more

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Jonathan Webster, Curator at RHS Rosemoor, shares his love of spring gardens, some plants that he really would not do without and some top tips and gardening advice to get us back in the garden! Spring is one of my favourite times of year - after a Read more


Springtime at Buckland is all about giant eggs, the natural world and getting out and about as we wave goodbye to winter. This spring sees a final flourish of the hugely popular Art of Reflection exhibition when Andrew Logan’s Cosmic Egg goes on show Read more

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In the depths of winter it’s always wonderful to see those first stirrings of spring, and there’s an opportunity to do just this at Higher Cherubeer, Dolton, near Winkleigh, this February. Jo and Tom Hynes are opening their garden gates to the public Read more

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    Flower bulbs, old pot and trowel

    Flower bulbs, old pot and trowel on aged wooden background.

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