After a day of unsettled weather, with showers, thunderstorms and heavy rain the evening was fine, treating us to some glorious evening sunlight with contrasting shadows. The wildflower farm staff were most pleasant and informative, showing us round the 40 acres, and explaining the extensive work needed to produce wildflower seed, plants, native trees and shrubs. There was a plant sales area for those visitors wishing to purchase plants and we also enjoyed tea, coffee and delicious cakes after the tour. If you missed this visit, it is worthwhile considering a visit on a lovely fine day.
Please note, there is a further selection of images from this rewarding visit in the gallery on our website (under Wild Flower farm June 2013), which we hope you enjoy. Simply click on one of the photographs to see a larger version, and from that image select the other photographs which will remain in the larger version.