Dursley Garden


Swathes of the unusual Martagon Lily are a highlight at Dursley, under the trees
My Mother-in-law's garden at Bideford is a beautiful huge country garden, open to the public year-round. I have been taking photos of the garden for 12 months of the year, to try and capture how it changes so much depending on what is flowering. I cannot take any credit for the garden - I just take the photos, lots of cuttings, and stroll about in the evenings with a glass of wine in my hand!! How hard can that be?!

I have developed a blog for Dursley as well (go to my 'View my complete profile' on the home page) or contact Judith Callaghan at dursley@actrix.co.nz or telephone 06 3724 804 to find out about coming to visit. Dursley is approximately 18km from Masterton. Make sure to order the divine Devonshire Teas!! Although it is worth coming to Dursley just to meet Judith - the garden is just a diversion!!
Bold sweeps of Soloman's Seal edge the entry drive 
Many of the trees at Dursley are almost 100 years old.
Mass planting of bearded irises