Hellebore Day 2015 at Gresgarth Hall

I couldn’t resist sharing a sneak peak from my most recent visit to one of my favourite gardens, Gresgarth Hall in Caton, Lancashire for their Hellebore Open Day.

I always like to know when people who really live and breathe the garden think is the best time to visit. One of the garden team suggested three times a year – in spring, summer and autumn – to get a flavour of how the garden looks in different seasons.

When pressed, he confessed that springtime is one of his favourites: looking down from the hillside over a sea of trees in full blossom is a magnificent sight. Sadly I don’t think I’ll be able to make it this spring. Perhaps next year!

I hope you’re not getting weary of hellebores: I’ve a few more pictures to share in a later post – unless everyone pleads for mercy!

I’m posting this as part of Tuesday Treasured Tidbits: my tidbit of joy from last week.

9 Replies to “Hellebore Day 2015 at Gresgarth Hall”

  1. I agree with Heyjude – we could never get bored of beautiful hellebores:)

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