Wildflowers of Wallington: A photo diary

If you would like to read about my visits to Wallington Hall click here.

Woodland walk

From March to May, it’s incredible how much the woodland has changed.

Bluebell season will forever be my favourite time of the year.

River Wansbeck

Water breathes life into every place it flows.

Walled garden

If you look the right way, you can see the whole world is a garden.

Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden
From blossoms
To crocuses
and tulips, the garden is always changing colour.

Glasshouse

Few will stop to see the flowers, but for me it is one of life’s greatest pleasures.

Wandering around Wallington

Taking the path which is less trodden. Getting hopelessly lost whilst being surrounded by nature is my favourite escape.

Wallington Hall is a place with so many colours. I can’t wait to return to see what colours I find next time!

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