Saturday, 11 April 2015


 Every time that I visit the garden of Sunnymeade at this time of the year I'm stunned by the amazing display of tiny pink and white cyclamen.
Both sides of the path are equally stunning, but the sunshine on the further bed has bleached out the colour from the photo of  those cyclamen
The young man who works this garden has a real talent for stonework, and this is his Garden of Hathor.  Unfortunately it is too late in the season for the Clematis that grow up all the pillars to be in flower. He also manages to trim some of his trees into fascinating topiary shapes, see the one to the right in the above photo and in the picture below.

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