Why I Love England…In April

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England is a nation of gardeners.  Hyacinths are fragrant right now.


Daffodils are still in bloom, and bluebells are just coming into season. Bluebells are a protected species; they carpet forest floors.

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Garden gates beckon.


Fiddlehead ferns are just coming up.  They’re a delicacy in salads, I’m told.  These belong to the Queen, on her estate in Sandringham.


Every gardener is an artist.  A gardener at the Tudor mansion Blickling Hall, reputed birthplace of Anne Boleyn, composed a beautiful study in blues and purples.

I love England in April!

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