About Ogle Garden … The development of Ogle Garden began in the summer of 2018. The former sheep paddocks are now unrecognisable as they have become a fine example of an English country garden. Winding paths guide you down a rope rose walk, past a centuries’ old well and along a shady path towards the duck pond. All the while your eyes are drawn to the interesting planting schemes within each flower-bed: rose garden, dahlia parterre, white garden, shade border, raspberry island beds and sunset garden. Visit at certain times of the year and you will be treated to a beautiful display of spring flowers along the shade walk, tulips in the raspberry and sunset beds, daffodils in the orchard or a delight of dahlias in the dahlia parterre. Branching out from the creation of the garden, Sara is developing a vibrant cut flower garden.
I love growing my flowers on this small flower patch in the Northumberland countryside. Surrounded by working farmers’ fields and huge skies, when working outside I feel completely at ease and in harmony with nature. Passionate about natural gardening, sustainability is at the heart of all I do – no floral foam, no single-use plastic, no nasty chemicals. There is much recycling and repurposing of materials in the garden.
The flowers I choose to grow are the best of British and are planted in combinations to create stunning displays.
In January 2020, I joined the Flowers From The Farm organisation – a network of flower growers dedicated to providing British flowers for the huge flower market in this country. Only 5% of flowers purchased in the UK come from the United Kingdom. The remainder is imported at huge cost to our fragile environment. When you visit the FFTF website, you will be able to find flower growers in any locality in the UK. www.flowersfromthefarm.co.uk
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