Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Bangor Walled Garden

Last week I visited Bangor Walled Garden and these are a few photographs I took there.  Spring this year is very slow but the vegetable area is well prepared for planting and the main colour in the garden at present is yellow.


Fritillaria imperialis, commonly known as crown imperial, is a bulb native to mountainous regions in Turkey, western Iran and eastwards to Kashmir. It is grown for its large and spectacular clusters of bell-shaped flowers in late-spring.










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8 comments:

  1. Your first picture is divine, and my favorite!! Do you know what the flower is?

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    1. Ginny It is Fritillaria imperialis, commonly known as crown imperial, is a bulb native to mountainous regions in Turkey, western Iran and eastwards to Kashmir. It is grown for its large and spectacular clusters of bell-shaped flowers in late-spring.

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  2. Truly lovely - and I adore the splashes of yellow. Such a happy colour.

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  3. Beautiful! Love that second shot.

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  4. Such a stunning place. Wonderful photos.

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  5. It sure is beginning to look lovely.When those beds are filled with blossoms it will be gorgeous.

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