Thanks so much for all your lovely comments, it's so wonderful to hear from you.
Yesterday we saw a few unusual trees at the RHS Gardens at Wisley and here are some more beautiful plants, a tiny selection from the 240 acre site. It's difficult to know where to start as I could really have gone crazy with the camera, the place is packed full with the unusual and colourful but even on a bright sunny day at half term with a full car park, the gardens didn't feel crammed with people - there's plenty of room for everyone.
|The beautiful house with the canal in the foreground|
|Fatsia japonica berries|
|Colourful azaleas with the toona tree in the background, needless to say all the rhododendrons were out as well.|
|Lots of iris in the trial beds being tested to see which performs the best.|
|bees enjoying the alliums|
|The good thing about Sisley is that all the plants are labeled, however you have to remember to look at them! Sadly I don't know what this is!|
|green flowering vine inside the glasshouse which really clashes with its own leaves!|
|Competition for local schools to create their own Wonderland garden|
|Henry Moore King and Queen|
Thanks for calling in.