Spring is sprung

Easton Walled Garden: Snowdrops

Spring is creeping through what remains of last year’s autumn leaves – that winter covered in deep snow and transformed into sodden mulch – manifesting itself in shows of pure white snowdrops, yellow aconite and purple crocus. Easton Walled Garden, just off the A1, in Lincolnshire, where we broke the return journey south, having made an impromptu visit to the North East England, has a wonderful display of spring flowers. My image, above, will be available shortly via The Garden Collection, where you can see many more of my garden photographs.

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