An August Autumn..

Walking through Chatsworth’s 1000 acre parkland in the autumnal sunshine, The Shire gains a new golden lustre. The ochre and burnt umber palate of leaves, adding another facet of beauty to this jewel of a place. Continue reading “An August Autumn..”

Taking on a botanical delight……..

The Pavilion Gardens Conservatory. An exotic botanical delight. The Grade II listed Conservatory was designed by landscape gardener Edward Milner, the conservatory was first built in 1870, the Pavilion Gardens first opened in 1871. The Grade II listed Conservatory was designed by landscape gardener Edward Milner and moved and moved to its current location to make room for the Buxton Opera House in 1903Steeped in history, this stunning floral promenade houses beautiful examples of plants and palms from far flung locations, all around the world. Step into the flourishing hot house for a stroll through tropical tranquility. – Lady Sky  Continue reading “Taking on a botanical delight……..”