Holy Trinity Flowers
Valerie Shelmerdine writes the first of a Holy Trinity monthly gardening blog:
Tales from the Garden
Some of you will have noticed two large pink roses in the flowers for the Dedication Lunch Sunday. These came from our oldest Rose Bush at least over thirty yeras old. It always flowers first and produces many beautiful blooms from then on.
This week, I have made a grass path between the Wild Flower bed and the Wild Grass area so both can be seen to better advantage. These are on the raised bed adjacent to the School – have a look sometime at the meadow flowers some of which have been photographed below and include buttercups, daisies, hyssop and more.