On what turned out to be the last day of good weather for at least a week we enjoyed a fabulous day at Easton Walled Garden on a beautiful day with the first touch of Autumn in it: backendish!
The gardens as usual were superb and I had a feast of photography. Easton gardens are renowned for their sweet peas and we bought some of their seeds; fingers crossed for next year. We plan to sow them this autumn and then overwinter them in the cold frame or our next door neighbour's greenhouse.
I am always fascinated at Easton, by the River Witham flowing through the garden. Here it is close to the source and is a beautiful chalk stream; very different to the Witham draining the fens where I spent my childhood.
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