Correa 'Dusky Bells' aka Australian fuchsia blooming now in our garden. We get away with it in a well drained spot due to our coastal location but worth a try in a sunny, well-drained sheltered spot that's frost-free or in a pot as it's evergreen and flowers right through winter. In other news, plans for next year's festival @powderhamcastle are coming along nicely. We've just secured a very exciting Friday speaker (to be revealed shortly!) and this time next week we will know how we got on in the Devon Tourism Awards at a glitzy do at the Guildhall Plymouth. We've been shortlisted for Tourism Event of the Year 2017... very excited and nervous...and that's just about what to wear.
F E R N F A C T // depending on the species, fern develops as miniature herbaceous plant or as tall tree. Smallest fernis only 2 to 3 inches high. Largest fern can grow 30 feet high into the air. - - - - - #lanabetty#themoreyouknow#fernfacts