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for those of you that love Hellebores
lovely rhubarb thingys
As you can see, I dressed up for my day out
Never been there artjak
I like your outfit
Actually, Nut, I think Verdun was there as well
I love Hyde Hall Very close to me, it's always a must visit when my brother and his family come to stay!
Lovely photos Artjak. One of my fav bits are their Cornus, I love the way they have shaped them.
Did you enjoy it as well Verdun?
I was at Wimpole Hall (NT) for a meeting but did get a bit of a look round the garden.
Narcissi coming out, lovely Cornus mas and some beautifully scented lonicera
Hi Panda; you are sooo lucky to live near there; it was nearly 5.5 hours driving there and back.
saw this great bench there; I have one similar, but not quite so wow.
I could put that one on the envy thread artjak
That is totally to my taste
Nut, any pics of Wimpole?
Didn't take the camera artjak
Excuse. I was busy with the meeting. That's no excuse really though is it?
Nut, slap your wrist
Have done. Not too hard. Got to be fit to garden tomorrow
I was very impressed by the way they trained trees in this garden
I wish my climbing roses and apricot were as well trained
Artjak, just to rub it in, it takes about 20 mins to get there, if that! Haven't been this year yet though . May have to persuade Ma and Pa into a visit (shouldn't be too hard ). I do remember they also 'put on' a good fritillary show - if you catch my drift!
Nut, snowdrops are in
That's good. Did they travel well?
They travelled very well thanks Nut. Am excited to see the bag of doubles bloom next year Thank you very much Think we are talking BIG bit of cake for next meet up
I washed them, like fidget suggested I did with hers and some have gone in the front, some in my border and some under my pear tree Roll on Spring next year!