Wordless Wednesday – A glimpse of Wimpole Hall in February

wimpole in February

Wimpole Hall and daffodils in February

crocs

Crocus chrysanthus ‘Prins Claus’ (foreground) and Crocus tommasinianus (background) in the Walled Garden

wimpole stable

View of Wimpole Stable Block from the new Hardwick Gate entrance, with the Hall largely hidden by the trees to the left.

irises

Iris reticulata in the Orchard meadow

Wimpole church

Teasing view of Wimpole Hall across the graveyard of St Andrews Church

blossom

Cherry Blossom in the Pleasure Grounds

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14 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – A glimpse of Wimpole Hall in February

  1. Eliza Waters says:

    So lovely… thanks for sharing!

  2. pbmgarden says:

    Marvelous. I love the Iris reticulata.

  3. Jess T. says:

    I love the different crocus colors together! I have some myself but they bloomed so quickly, I wish it were longer. With so many together it is really stunning.

  4. Cathy says:

    Ahh, cherry blossom. I needed that! Thanks. 😉

  5. susurrus says:

    Sweet! Those illuminated reticulatas are certainly celebrating spring.

  6. shoreacres says:

    Every time you mention Wimpole Hall, I think of The Barretts of Wimpole Street. I especially enjoyed the photo of the daffodils. They’re so much lovelier in a natural setting than in a grocery store!

    • Yes, but to be able to bring that cheerfulness inside is worth a lot on a miserable day like today! That is a lot of pretty depressing tropes!! Now I need more daffodils 🤣

  7. Flighty says:

    Lovely pictures. xx

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