Larchfield House’s garden starts to bloom!

Apr 18, 2019

As the weather improves our lovely garden is coming into bloom, we have two beautiful Cherry blossom trees that set the scene. The water feature trickles away whilst the wind chines clink in the breeze. The daffodils have put on a beautiful display but are now going over. We have a lovely Acer tree which is enjoying the light and position and is flourishing.

Our Gardening Club are busy planting vegetables and wild flower seeds, hopefully we look forward to seeing the results later in the year. Our residents are able to enjoy sitting out in the warmer air, chatting and socialising whilst soaking up a little sunshine. We also have bird feeders set around the gardens which attract some lovely wild life, from Dunnocks to Pigeons and of course the squirrels who enjoy running along the fence and climbing through the trees.

What more could you ask for apart from a cup of tea and scone whilst you watch nature take its path. As we head towards summer the garden is a wonderful place for the residents to use for their activities from music to bingo and also to sit with family members and enjoy the fresh air.

One of our residents enjoying planting.

We are looking forward to the development of our Sensory/Memorial garden, below is an example of the vision, providing a place of tranquillity and reflection for residents and families.

If you would like to know more please call tel:01628639428 to speak to one of our team.