Thursday, 11 May 2017

Hergest Croft Gardens and More Bluebells.

During the recent bank holiday weekend at the beginning of May I paid a visit to a lovely local garden to view the rhododendrons and bluebells. The gardens were laid out in 1895 on what seems to have been a bare field site.

 The gardens are full of specimen trees, rhododendrons and azaleas with a super tea room and plant sales area. Great for an afternoon outing.

Across a field and a short walk away from the main garden you come to a lovely wooded area full of huge rhododendrons and masses of bluebells. Luckily the sun peeped out briefly and treated us to a magical sight under the trees.

1 comment:

  1. That meadow of bluebells is just breath taking! What a lovely afternoon!