The gardens at our National Centre have been looking spectacular this year. Take a look behind door 23.
Find out the flowers blooming throughout the month May in our Penny Brohn UK garden, or flowers you should be on the look out to plant in your home.
Be close to nature, at peace with your mind and take your mind away from these unsettling times with a wander in our interactive garden.
As always there were plenty of jobs to be found around the Penny Brohn UK garden but this week a nice surprise came in the form of repaired secateurs.
Clearing up the garden after Storm Ciara and preparing for another weekend of high-winds with Storm Dennis on the way!
The bothy is nearly in place and we have joined the Blue campaign for promoting the rewilding of gardens across the UK. Find our more...
Another year over and the garden team have everything prepped for New Year. Here are just a few of their highlights from 2019.
What a treat to be in the Penny Brohn garden on a Midsummer’s Day, when the weather is behaving in an appropriate way for once!
Last week, we were very excited to capture some fantastic images and videos of a fox and two badgers frolicking in the big pile of meadow grass cuttings.
There is lots to admire in Penny Brohn's garden! It is blooming and coming to life with summer fast-approaching. Read our latest update from Liz Moore.
No picturesque snowscapes to admire this morning... Read our latest update from Liz Moore, about the changing seasons in the Penny Brohn gardens.
It's cold outside but the bees are 'flying'. Honeybees don’t hibernate, but they’ll ‘snuggle’ up together much like penguins do on the ice.
We have teamed up with digital mapping company, Nautoguide to develop an interactive journey around the gardens at our National Centre.
It may be the last day of November but, with nice splashes of colour here and there, the garden still doesn’t look too wintry. Find out what our garden team have been up to this week.
As the year closes for the summer honeybees, the winter bees do a bit of housekeeping; looking after the Queen and getting rid of waste.
Garden Volunteer, Liz Moore explains why her favourite thing in the gardens recently is Bright’s Patch.
A blog, written by Garden Volunteer, Christine Derrick on the peace, the spaciousness and maturity of the Penny Brohn UK National Centre gardens.
The benefits of gardening are plentiful, to both our physical and mental health. Find out more about gardening in winter behind door 9.
It's the school holidays and our junior garden team members are back to help us weed and water!
Each area of the garden has its own palette of colour in keeping with how it is used. Find out more about our thematic gardens.
Mysterious mandala appears in National Centre grounds.
We had a great Garden Open Day this month. Each week, more colour can be found in all areas of the garden so it's worth taking a look.
January has brought the exciting news that our lovely old Ginkgo tree is the Somerset Champion for girth.
The autumn colours were amazing in the gardens this year. From the red and yellow trees to the late blooming flowers, see what treats our garden bestowed upon us this year.
September saw some new developments to our grounds - and much seasonal work. A Cedar Garden was planted 4 years ago and now needs careful rejuvenating.
We had a royal visit from our Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales on 26th July, during which he planted a new Atlantic Blue Cedar to further maintain the garden.
It's Volunteers Week and today we are saying thank you for the hard work that our garden volunteers do to keep our grounds a serene place for our visitors.
Last night's frost combined with this morning's glorious sunshine has created a lovely crisp morning at the National Centre. Hear its sights and sounds.
Our late flowering plants continue to provide lots of colour this Autumn, especially in the Cedar Garden with it's distinct feel and look.
The surprise for us today was a visiting swarm of bees looking for a new home. They had settled on a small conifer tree in our gardens.
Despite rather chilly weather, the garden is bursting into new growth and colour. Spring bedding is over and the newly planted summer bedding is in place.
The first signs of summer as our 2 swing seats reappear in the gardens,paths are mown through the Wildflower Meadow, and raised beds prepared.
Today flowering bulbs are taking centre stage in our garden. Pink tulips framing the view to the cedar tree and white tulips in the Cedar garden.
The most popular Spring flower in our gardens is our snowdrops (also called Flower of Hope) so each year we plant a few more.
Sadly, our wonderful, 100 year old Cedar tree at our National Centre, has had to be taken down because it is decayed. Read more.