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Easter means gardens full of spring colour, from tulips to dandelions, fresh delicate shoots of green with sunshine galore. Time to celebrate with Easter Eggs - naturally dyed.


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Lovely to see everyone at this year’s Spring Flower Show and thank you for all your kind comments on my display. Inspired by Nature.

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Described by John Betjeman as 'to many people the most beautiful churchyard on earth', the gardens of St Just in Roseland have delighted many, many people…

I absolutely agree. It is the most beautiful churchyard I have seen.

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Ipheion uniflorum 'Wisley Blue' 

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Ipheion uniflorum 'Charlotte Bishop'

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Magnolia 'Black Tulip'

One of the darkest Magnolias with burgundy-purple, tulip-like flowers. Bred in New Zealand it flowers very reliably at a young age. It grows as a narrow, upright, small tree that can reach a height of up to 5m.

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The Forecast - Early areas of mist, fog and low cloud will gradually lift, but they may be slow to clear in places. It will then be a dry day on Sunday with spells of sunshine. Staying mild with light winds.

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Euphorbia myrsenites

Lime-green flowers are about to open as this Euphorbia sprawls across this dry stone wall. Waxed blue leaves cover the stems in close spirals providing interest in all seasons of the year.

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Cobaea scandens

Last year’s Cup and Saucer Vine Cobaea scandens set seeds. These are one the most peculiar and sculptural seed pods.

Last year’s Cobaea scandens flowers

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