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ABOUT US

The Garden Impressionists - Julian and Fiona Wormald

After qualifying from Cambridge University as a veterinary surgeon and teacher, we established and ran our own Veterinary Surgery for over 20 years before moving to Wales to develop our other interests of gardening, photography and the creative arts. At a family reunion in April 2011, Julian discovered that he has in fact returned to his roots - his great great grandfather, John Stephens, being born and brought up barely 40 miles away at Bosherton.

Our garden is our primary focus and occupies much of our time through the year. We opened it for charity under the National Garden Scheme for the first time in 2010 and hope to continue to do so for many years to come.
 
                                
 Gelli as first seen                Terrace Garden in the making                       15 years later
An interest in moths and butterflies led to the production of a unique DVD-Rom of photographs of over 500 moth and butterfly species seen in and around our garden. Images created for this of moths and Moth-Art have been used in a number of exhibitions since 2008.
The aim of the exhibitions and the DVD-Rom was to try and raise awareness of the many fascinating creatures in our gardens that are not obvious to the casual observer, and the stunning beauty of the landscape in which we live.
              

Our interests have diversified further with the development of a range of products using our unique designs. Silk scarves, greetings cards, silk prints, and bone china mugs are all available to purchase as well as the Moth-Art prints used in the exhibition.

                         

Meconopsis grandis ....... from seed to flower to photograph to design