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West Leas, Roxburghshire

The seasons alter: hoary-headed frosts Fall in the fresh lap of the crimson rose,

(A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2.1.112-119)

One of the many joyous about gardening is watching your garden change across the seasons. We are delighted that the owners of West Leas, Roxburghshire have permitted us a peep into their garden, so that we too might watch it change across the seasons. We will share photos of their garden throughout the year...so watch this space.

Snowdrops burst through the ice, West Leas.

Even when it's frosty outside there is always plenty to be getting on with in January. Plus, getting out in the cold air is a great way to burn off the Christmas pudding!

Inside, where it is warmer, new plants start emerging at West Leas. ©Photograph by Benie Gajos.