Maesfron Through the Seasons

Spring at Maefron Spring at Maesfron
Autumn at Maesfron Autumn at Maesfron
Winter at Maesfron Winter at Maesfron

Being South facing the climate at Maesfron is usually mild, although three successive very hard Winters a few years ago caused considerable damage to many sensitive species – particularly in the Tropical Garden. Spring comes early and the whole gardens are clothed in a sea of yellow daffodils and celandines – and for 2018 more have been planted in the gardens below the Tower – this time with later flowering species. In Summer, the growth is lush with unusual wildflowers dotted everywhere, but being on a steep mountainside the ground drains quickly, and watering is an ongoing task. Autumn shows the many specimen trees at their best and the whole of Maesfron is a broad spectrum of colour. Winters can be mild - but they can also show their teeth - as the above photo from last Winter shows.

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