Snapshot: Marie Belfort

Marie Belfort had worked in events, marketing, and fundraising for many years before joining Winterbourne in 2014 as a Finance Administrator. In-between taking care of our daily income and expenditure, and much else besides, Marie makes time to walk around the garden, always with camera in hand poised ready to take a picture. We asked … More Snapshot: Marie Belfort

Snapshot: Carien van Boxtel

Carien van Boxtel is a self employed garden and landscape designer from Zaltbommel, The Netherlands. In November, whilst attending a meeting in the city centre, Carien longed for somewhere quiet and green. Happily she found Winterbourne and plenty of inspiration too. We asked her to tell us all about it. … More Snapshot: Carien van Boxtel

Snapshot: White

“Snow-white is very vague. There is nearly always so much blue about the colour of snow, from its crystalline surface and partial transparency, and the texture is so unlike that of any kind of flower, that the comparison is scarcely permissable. I take it that the use of ‘snow-white’ is, like that of ‘golden-yellow’, more … More Snapshot: White

Snapshot: Blue

“Gentian-blue is a useful word, bringing to mind the piercingly powerful hue of the Gentianella. So also is turquoise-blue, for the stone has little variety of shade, and the colour is always of the same type. Forget-me-not blue is also a good word, meaning the colour of the native water Forget-me-not. Sky-blue is a little … More Snapshot: Blue