|Striking colour combinations in the TWIGS Community Gardens|
Looking back through the photos I notice that I have focussed more on details than usual, especially on the glorious wisteria at Sandleford Place and the sculptures in the TWIGS (Therapeutic Work in Gardening in Swindon) garden. I loved both places and really enjoyed the mindblowing selection of plants for sale at TWIGS. For this post I have selected pictures which give a more general impression.
Just before the last bluebells vanished I managed to find a bluebell wood and to take a few photos in evening light.
|Sandleford Place - loved the tree water feature.|
|Always had a soft spot for auricula primroses.|
|A magnificent plane tree branch.|
|The Wisteria Walk.|
|The Enborne - the blooming ramsons (Allium ursinus) saturated the air with a lovely garlicky aroma.|
|Wooden sculptures in the TWIGS Community Gardens|
|The Park of Life Garden - the lighter side.|
|The wildlife friendly garden. My artichoke is a mere baby compared to this.|
|More wildlife friendliness. In the background the willow fence of the Cottage Garden with round hobbit "windows"|
|All my bluebell photos look quite samey. Tried an evening light variation.|