The hamlet of Harthill on The Sandstone Ridge is an absolute gem, boasting a gourmet chef, a renowned public artist and sculptor, a successful Art Hub, the innovative 'Successfactory', a mountain-boarding championship location and, of course, 'Carol's Garden', a thriving business which specialises in British grown cut flowers.
We have featured the multiple successes of Carol Siddorn previously whether it be as an 'Artisan Grower', her 'Flowers from the Farm', her success in teaming up with Emma Bridgewater at Christmas, or, in fact, her exhibits at the Chelsea and Tatton RHS Flower Shows. She has decorated stately homes like Dorfold Hall, Norton Priory, and Combermere Abbey, as well as Abbeywood, Chester Town Hall and village halls and marquees.
And so it was, that whilst reading the Sunday Times (4 August), this member of the Webteam spotted that our very own Sandstone Ridge-based flower grower and florist, Carol Siddorn, receives yet another mention. Her advice regarding Hydrangeas, which make great cut flowers, both fresh and dried, was a feature of this weekend's Home Gardening section.
Congratulations — to visit Carol's Website CLICK HERE.