Archive for 15/02/2016


image1My friends Jen and Dave paid a visit to the wonderful gardens at Nymans in Sussex, recently. Jen says:

‘On a cold (4 degrees),damp and very grey day we went to Nymans, a National Trust property, for a long muddy walk in their woods.
The gardens are well known for several different types of snowdrops but it was the variety of winter colour which shone through. The C
amellias have been coming out early and there were even a couple of Rhododendrons in flower.’

Thanks for the pictures, Jen!

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