Tidying up the Museum garden
It has been a long summer and Joan’s Garden in front of the Museum has looked great for most of the year. If you don’t know, this is a garden (paid for by the Friends of the Museum) where each plant has a sign next to it explaining its use in magic, herbalism or folkloric beliefs about it. After several windy days in Boscastle, it desperately needed a tidy up. The Museum Manager, Judith set to work this week with a little help from some very special people…
Above: the garden before after a long summer and some strong winds.
Above: the garden after, cut back and tidy for the winter ahead with around 100 daffodil bulbs planted for spring.
Above: some heathers planted for a little winter colour.
Above: the wishing well with the cauldron plant pot filled with cylamens.
Judith was “helped” by Tom, the Museum dog (above) and Agnes Emily Hewitt now four months old (below).