A few weeks ago on a trip to Lewes we stumbled across the most gorgeous little garden, Southover Grange, which was full of Spring colours.
The gardens were very structured and organised, so I was delighted when I saw a pink tulip in a display of white primroses, the ruffled pink was in stark contrast to the white all around it, it had flowered a tad early compared to the other tulips in the display.
There were a few magnolias doing their thing.
Other than in photos of tulip fields in Holland I’ve never seen so many tulips in one place, it was so impressive, I’m wondering just how the gardens will look in the Summer once the tulips have done their thing!
No idea what they are, but the little pink things in front of the tulips above, remind me of mushrooms!
The blossom trees were in fine form.
Between the tulips, the blossom and an array of rather exotic trees situated around the gardens there was this…
…I haven’t the foggiest as to what it is, but the yellow pompom like blooms are just brilliant!
If you ever find yourself in Lewes, Southover Grange gardens are well worth a visit, with a window cafe and a designated quiet garden for a time out, it’s the perfect spot to get away from it all.