I have seen the Park Seleger Moor being advertised for years and this past weekend we decided to go especially as we think it may be one of the last true days of summer – eeekk! Unfortunately, we left it a bit late as we had an early dinner reservation so were only there for an hour or so but you definitely need more time! There is so much to see. And best of all every season is so different – so I am actually tempted to get an annual pass.

At the moment the highlights of the garden are the water lilies and the hydrangeas. The waterlines are in full bloom, and together with the trees, the dappled sunlight, the croaking frogs and the little white bridges you would be hard pressed not to think you were in one of Claude Monet’s paintings of Giverny. (My favourite!).

Zara went on her own little exploration (with the map) so we all missed out of the hydrangeas but we did see the Bee Hotel, Fairy World and the Stacking Stones garden.


As the drive is only 15 minutes fro our house, we are definitely going back in Autumn – we want to see all the hedgehogs!