Peonies were amazing …
… and such big blooms!
Are these all Rhododendrons, or Azaleas … I cannot yet tell the difference?
This Algae was amazing!
Greylag geese kept the grass plucked with their healthy, green diet.
I so wanted this for Blue Hill, but thought of the foxes trampling over it … nuff sed!
There was so much to see in the short time we stayed.
Pink Rhododendrons were buzzing with bees …..
… as was the little field of Daisies and Alliums at the entrance/exit by the A3.
… and let’s not forget other white flowers … everything touched by drought …..
… especially the giant Rhubarb, Gunnera.
This Yucca surprised me.
I was tickled to see how the orange cane fence, marching through the pansies, [last visit, just sticks,] was sprouting.
There was more:- Greylag goslings, welcoming Rhododendrons [ Azaleas?] reflections in the lake …..
… and did I mention the ubiquitous ducks …
… and I always enjoy the Carrot Cake.
Anne ….. 16.05.2017.