Can I have this Dance?

Twirling trees... this is the path that leads from the carpark at Larnach Castle to the Castle itself. We were there on Sunday afternoon and I was charmed by the tiered Cornus trees. To my fanciful mind they seemed to be twirling in spring delight. Whirling dervishes perhaps?! The carpet of snowdrops is still beautiful... Continue Reading →

Snowdrops, Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand

Yesterday we walked through the Clive Lister Garden, a small garden that's part of the Dunedin Botanic Garden. We found a mixed planting of snowdrops and black ophiopogon (black mondo grass). They worked very well together. The path in the above photo curves around to a small bridge. Bridge and pond in background. Looking toward... Continue Reading →

Today we walked through the Lister Garden and found this pleasing combination of snowdrops planted with black ophiopogon (black mondo grass). The Lister Garden is a small area that is part of the Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. I'll post more photos tomorrow! This photo by SO.

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