The entrance is welcoming. Inside the front building is a seed store and a section where houseplants are sold.
The expansive potting shed has a large assortment of ceramic, cement and iron vessels for outdoor plantings.
Potatoes, organically grown on site, are sold to visitors near the entrance.
A wide array of shrubs and small trees under the arbor.
There are eight large greenhouses where visitors can look at all kinds of potted plants and flowers for the garden.
The entrance to one of the greenhouses is a grand display of colour.
I loved the brilliant colours of this large fuschia flower. The petals almost look like intricately folded fabric.
Another gorgeous fuschia specimen.
These tuberous begonias were in full bloom, hanging above our heads. The stems were loaded with enormous flowers.
This deep pink tuberous begonia had already been sold to a lucky buyer.
This yellow begonia was my favourite of the day.
A pale pink fuschia that had yet to fully bloom.
This lemon tree had only one fruit, but it was large and looked ready to pick.
These alliums look like some kind of alien species silhouetted against the grey sky.