Once again, my post is from the series about The Garlic Farm. I photographed these beautiful Hellebores that were at the bottom of a fence leading to the shop which was full of wonderful goodies. The remaining shots are self-explanatory. Please enjoy.
This is Colin, the hands on owner of The Garlic Farm just checking how the work of clearing some of the shrubbery in this field is getting on. There were 2 Highland cattle in this field. More photos of them and others on Saturdays post.
The man operating this machine was 82 years old and loved working
at the farm. The Garlic Farm employs nearly 50 people.
Yesterday I showed you Colin’s mother and her home and this is a beautiful wooden sculpture of two Hares in the grounds of her garden.
These are some of the greenhouses where they sort and pack the garlic.
There are quite a number of Hens and Rooster’s wandering around.
One of the houses on the farm.
I published a post about Tory, the biggest horse here when he was supposed to have entered the Isle of Wight Grand National. CLICK HERE for more photographs. Unfortunately he became lame the day before and could not run however he did well this last weekend at Royal Artillery jump off at Lark Hill, Salisbury Plain.
Colin sent me this photograph yesterday of Tory who is on the right ridden by Tatty in the IOW Team at Larkhill. They came 5th out of 21. Thanks Colin.
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