In late August last year we spent the day at RHS's most northerly garden of Harlow Carr, to celebrate my 70th. I'd actually planned something else, but it didn't happen, so as we'd gone out to HC earlier in our trip & not been able to get a parking space due to school holidays, we made our way back on this day & I got my garden fix. Following are a lot of photos of a great day.
|Beds brimming with flowers.|
|Couldn't resist this fellow in the Owl display.|
|A corner of the Alpine House. I think that is what it is called.|
|Did this "little" piggy go to market?|
|A long vista.|
|Pink cyclamen beneath the trees.|
|White cyclamen among the leaves.|
|Are you vicious?|
|I just love this higgledy-piggledy wood.|
|The sunken garden was captivating.|
|Creativeness in a pot.|
|These nasturtiums were the most amazing colours, some of which I just couldn't get a photo of.|
PLEASE stay safe all, take care & giant huggles from down under.
PS: Thanks to all my wonderful blogging pals, I really need you now.