When we purchased St Bonnet, the gardens were totally devoid of plants with the exception of 3 old rose bushes and as we love gardening we set about introducing a range of different plants and shrubs so that the garden would be a feast of colours for most of the year. After a lot of planning and planting, we now have gardens in which people can walk around and enjoy the colours and scents of the different plants and shrubs, or they can sit back and relax whilst they watch the buzzards and kites soaring overhead or the masses of little birds that settle in the trees. We even have our own pair of doves that live in a large pine tree at the edge of our garden and come and collect fallen seeds from the garden. In the morning and late evening at sunset, the whole garden comes alive with the sound of bird song.The garden area to the west of the property was originally part of a field but this has been turned into a lovely shaded seating area which is a perfect place to while away the time in the evening watching the llamas resting, grazing or playing in the lower fields.The back garden was totally destroyed when we had a new septic tank installed but after a lot of work this has now been laid to lawn and a range of young trees have been planted. The rear garden is an excellent place for idling away the time watching the llamas in the upper field.All of the photos below were taken by us and on this farm and we hope you enjoy them.Thank you for visiting our web site, we hope you enjoy and benefit from the information and pictures provided for your pleasure.
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