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On our way ‘up t’ ‘ull’ (Up to Hull) recently we stopped off at a Lincolnshire Garden that was most impressive, Gunby Hall. This National Trust house was an interesting tour, but the most impressive feature is undoubtedly the gardens.

The time was right for a wonderful woodland display of Wood Anenomes and spring bulbs, complemented bya walk lined with flowering cherries. And the Walled Garden (where I stopped to talk to the Senior Gardener) and orchard are a delight. Enjoy the picture parade…

Further information: National Trust website

Old School Gardener

Blossom at sunset- picture by Sarah Walters

Blossom at sunset- picture by Sarah Walters

PicPost: Blush

Prunus amanogawa - picture by Anita Gowing

Prunus amanogawa – picture by Anita Gowing

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