Brightwater Gardens . It is a relatively recent garden but every time we visit, there is something else to see. There aren't the ancient wooded areas that some places are lucky to have, but we found plenty to enjoy. Above is a lovely area full of white crocuses.
We had a lovely visit and it was a perfect start to the garden visiting year.
Saturday, 23 February 2019
Friday, 15 February 2019
This and that
I am off to see some snowdrops on Sunday, which for me is the start of the gardening season proper. I'm not sure where we are going yet, but there are several gardens to choose from locally.
Posted by Ellie Foster at 20:23 4 comments:
Labels: card making, Hippeastrum, thank you cards
Sunday, 10 February 2019
More pink, white and green
I saw the pink of the camellia bud through the its fleecy coat, took it off and here's what was underneath! No sign of being frosted and a pretty double flower. (No good for early insects, but with a fleece jacket, they wouldn't have been able to get to it anyway).
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