scything out a labyrinth in Cae Top ahead of a camp at the Trust this weekend.
The meadows are looking stunning and buzzing with bees of all kinds.
It all looked so lovely that I have shared some pictures below. And of course, we’re making hay with the grass we cut 🙂
The labyrinth will evolve
The Hawksbit cut today will reflower later in the season and the labyrinth will become a negative of itself. Yellow blooming paths and green/brown between where the flowers have gone to seed.
We often cut parts of this meadow early deliberately – partly to get hay making underway, partly to extend the flowering season.
Rain has stopped play a bit this year. Here’s what we often do…
Come and see it!
There are more events and workshops throughout the summer, see the Trust website for more information.