The Meopham garden club is affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society and is therefore allowed one free group visit per year. After a dismal start to the day, by the time we arrived at Wisley the sun was shining, giving us ideal conditions for a wander around the extensive grounds. Even in October there was still plenty to see. The new glasshouse was a mass of colour, especially with the fantastic display of orchids. This was my first visit to Wisley but I would certainly like to make another trip there sometime.
A picture of a tractor created from apples
A gardener at work on the loggia
A place to rest in a border
The walled garden with its lush vegetation
A tillandsia display. They are also known as air plants as they take moisture from the air.
... this is a dainty one!
This type of orchid can also be seen on my autumn gold web page (Seminar room).
An exotic plant. Any ideas on what it is?
More autumn colours at the pond
View of the glasshouse from the alpine house
One of the model gardens: the bonsai garden
A young lady gets her toes wet!
A model garden to relax in
One of the many flower borders ...