Gardens History - Pavilion Gardens CafePavilion Gardens Cafe
Mavis has since collated and made available her researches not only through the Society’s invaluable Regency Information File, but to a wider public in her splendid addition to the Shire series, Regency Gardens. So comprehensive yet eminently readable is this that it is adopted as prescribed reading for the following commentary on the more practical and particular aspects of the re-creation of the Pavilion’s gardens! For a more detailed description of the gardens today and its planting scheme, click here.
Wildlife - Pavilion Gardens CafePavilion Gardens Cafe
A colourful mix of blue, yellow, white and green makes it one of the most attractive and recognisable garden visitors. Blue tits are common in woodland, hedgerows, parks and gardens. They mainly eat insects, seed and nuts. 8211; There is no strict division between pigeons and doves. They both share certain features, including small round heads, small bills with a small fleshy patch at the base, rounded bodies with dense, soft feathers, and short, scaly legs and cooing calls. There are many differ...8211;...