What to spot in the garden in February
As late winter eases into early spring, the passing of another season is marked by the appearance of buds, blossom and bloom.
Although the snowdrop display hasn’t been prolific this year – the ground has been waterlogged and the soil has become compacted – there’re still patches of the delicate emblem of spring dotted all around the garden.
Bright pink cyclamen can be seen around the edges of the main lawn and in winter walk. Spot their bright splashes of colour dotted all around the garden.
Sunny yellow daffodils are starting to bloom with the biggest display currently by Holly Corner. In a few weeks time we should have good displays of the flower throughout the garden.
Head down to the heather garden to enjoy the pinks and whites of the heather and far reaching views across the Weald and out to the South Downs.
Purple and white crocuses are starting to bloom both by the Curly Steps and along Lime Avenue. Bright and bold in the spring sunshine they do a great job attracting bees.
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