The wild gean cherry is flowering in the orchard, overlapping with the late daffies and just before the apple blossom appears. There are new things to see every day, including the new pond planting.
Making scrubs for NHS Scotland. https://www.fortheloveofscrubs.scot/
Interior and exterior furnishings yet to be installed but eagerly awaiting our first visitors – hopefully not a rather large labrador!
Today the amelanchia came into flower and note the strip of blue, blue sea on the horizon. Every day there’s something new to see in the garden. However, the new wildlife pond has unfortunately ground to a halt as I wait for the liner to arrive. All in good time. Wishing everyone a Happy Easter.
It’s a shame no-one will see this year’s beautiful bonanza but I’m confident they’ll reappear in 2021. Meantime, I’m loving them! Stay safe everyone.
I have now come to the decision to close Troustrie with immediate effect until further notice. I consider it my social responsibility to discourage visitors from coming into the area, putting additional strain on this small community, especially the health service, should anyone who doesn’t live here full time, become ill. Troustrie WILL re-open and I look forward to seeing both new and repeat guests coming through the door once again. In the meantime, do keep in touch and keep an eye on our website and here. Keep well. Lesleyx
I defy anyone not to love these beautiful little gems.
From Kennoway to Ceres, including three miles (see pic) along the medieval route, known as the Waterless Road . Another fab walk.