Gardens begin at home
We hope that you will enjoy these photographs taken by members of the Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Council and the media and website teams. The photographs show how hard these members have been working on their gardens during the time the country has been closed down to combat Covid 19. Gardens, whatever their size, begin at home and the last three months has provided an opportunity for us to catch up with all those jobs and projects we had planned for the garden.
We all value historic parks and gardens and everyone is a stakeholder in this shared national heritage. At Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust many of our members are active in a wide range of projects throughout the county and the neighbouring counties, the majority of which are on hold at the moment. However, we are still, through desk-based work, helping to protect historic parks and gardens continuing the research and record programme and commenting on planning applications plus planning autumn and winter talks and events.
From 2020-2022 the Gardens Trust will be working on the theme of “Unforgettable Gardens: save our heritage”. These photographs are to remind us that all gardens begin at home whether a few square feet, a window box or hundreds of acres. Please note © the ownership of photographs in the gallery remains with the owner so please contact Bucks GT if you would like to use any of these images.
If you would like to add to the collection please send photographs of your garden to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhododendrons at Hedsor Park – courtesy of Alexander Shephard (Bucks GT member)