May Day morning in Patrick’s Patch
Designed by: Rachel Foster of Fairweathers
Planted at the base of the May Pole are spring salad plants grown in Patricks Patch.
In the strawberry patch Worzel Gummidge is unsuccessfully scaring the birds – a willow pheasant is merrily eating the fruits! But then we do welcome our feathered friends – there’s a bird bath for them next to the rhubarb patch. Worzel loves nature and is known to keep a nature scrapbook. We’re displaying a scrapbook full of nature inspired work by local school children.
Opposite stands Aunt Sally overseeing the fun at the cauliflower shy and she’s about to enjoy a strawberry cream tea from Steff’s Kitchen. She loves the May blossom and pots of flowers which are part of a spring-flowers children’s trail in Patrick’s Patch.