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Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 11:30

...and more...

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 strange fruit.

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 This was like a firework.

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 We were all puzzled by this.

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 The g/hs have blinds on the outside.

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 Between the g/hs are corridors where they grow fairly tender plants.

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 We thought these areas may be heated by these vents from the g/hs.

Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 11:25

We had a lovely time, I had to leave a bit early as had people coming to dinner and wasn't feeling 100%. Here are some pics;

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 You'd need seriously long arms to trim the top of this hedge, it must be 3m wide.

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 loads of different grasses, like this

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 and this.

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 ...and this.

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 Snoodle and I liked the spacious feeling between the trees.

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 This fountain was very beautiful.

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 Despite it being October there were still many flowers.

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 Such a photogenic tree, I know it's been posted already but I just can't resist it

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 The limestone garden was great, we must come in midsummer next time.

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 Nut behaving like a chamois

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 followed by Dove and Snoodle.

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 Would love to know what this is, the labelling is a bit ad hoc here.

Christmas stuff in shop

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 18:08

I went to Morrisons to get raisins for Bramley Apple wine (local farmer said take as many apples as you want - so it would be rude not to). But they had sold out of the cheap ones! C... puds and cakes I suppose

Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 17:58

Nut, if you take your mobile, then 'my people can speak to your people' as they say in Hollywood

Shafted

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 15:00

Could it be metal instead of wood? Most towns have some sort of metal worker/blacksmith, at least they do around here.

Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 14:53

I will probably arrive early and go into the town centre. So shall I meet you all in Botanic cafe around midday?

Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 09/10/2014 at 17:52

Just checked Panda and it is going to be a little bit rainy, but rain is soooo good for the skin

wooden planter

Posted: 09/10/2014 at 17:37

Oooh, can I do your maths homework; you will get 0/10

Identifying Plants and flowers

Posted: 09/10/2014 at 17:35

Hello Elle. Does your Mother live in the West Indies, some of the plants look familiar to me, but I don't know their names.

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