Monday, 22 February 2016

Mosaic Monday - Savill Garden

Hello

How are you? Well, I hope.

Although a bit blustery, we set off for a stroll round The Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park, attracted by the fact that there is free entry during December, January and February. Built in the 1930s, the 35 acre garden is a great place to explore and must be even more stunning when the plants are blooming later in the year. The modern Savill Building has a restaurant, gift shop and plant shop which you can visit without going into the garden too.

I hope you enjoy a glimpse from my photos.




















I'm joining in with Judith for Mosaic Monday.

Cheerio

22 comments:

  1. Hello, the garden looks beautiful. A lovely place for a walk. The flowers are gorgeous, wonderful series of photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  2. Beautiful. The bare orange brown branches of the shrubs are very decorative. I don't have any idea of the name of the small yellow flowers... Never seen.

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    1. They are a very small type of daffodil. :-)

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  3. A beautiful garden already in bloom!

    Donna@GardensEyeView
    and LivingFromHappiness

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  4. Lovely to see so much interest in the garden at this time of year! xx

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  5. Oh so pretty, the crocus look beautiful. The water feature looks interesting too. A lovely stroll Karen xx

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  6. So much colour and it's only February. I loved the blue flowers that looked like mini iris. Were they crocus? Have a good week. Barbara x

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  7. It looks a lovely place to visit and nice for it to be free at this time of year:)

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  8. A nice stroll with you about the gardens and thrilling to see the colours of spring flowers.

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  9. Ooh looks like Spring is springing, doesn't it? The tiny yellow flowers look like witch hazel. We have one that smells lemony when it flowers xx

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    1. How nice, I must have a sniff next time I see one! x

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  10. A wonderful walk in the park...love those red twig dogwood and all the sweet flowers. xx K

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  11. Our daughter has just arrived in the UK, not far from you, she is finding it a tad chilly, so it's lovely to see Spring is definitely in the air judging by the flowers - how lovely to have free entry too!
    Have a lovely week
    Wren x

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    1. Yes it's still cold but getting lighter! I hope she has a good time. x

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