Our gardeners have been working blooming hard to transform the site into a vision of colour.
The team have added hundreds of annual plants into the formal beds around the medieval castle walls, as well as the turnstile entrance and borders around the base of the chairlift.
Gardner Anthony Gwilt, said: “We’ve added marigolds and petunias around the chairlift, mixed pelargoniums around the entrance and geraniums, lobelia, French marigolds and cineraria to the castle beds, which will flower over the next few weeks and will really transform the 40-acre site.”
Looking blooming lovely: DZ’s gardeners Paul Durber, Paul Oakley, Connor Waldron and Anthony Gwilt
The plants will remain in-situ until Autumn when they’ll be dug out and the beds prepared for the new season.