Tag Archives: Wimpole Estate

Hello Wimpole, my old friend …

I’ve come to tend to you again. Yay! With the re-opening of some National Trust parks and gardens, a phased return of volunteers has begun at Wimpole Estate. Cautiously and where it is safe to do so (i.e. no indoor … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – A Sniff of Spring

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National Tree Week 2019 – Day 4: The Wild Service Tree and making connections

In celebration of … continuously learning new things. I’ve been working at Wimpole Hall for about 10 years now and I would say that I am familiar with most of the trees growing there, so it was with some surprise … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – The transformation begins

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Wordless Wednesday – Rain-induced Bad Hair Day!

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Wordless Wednesday – Walnut flowers

Wimpole Estate looks after a National Juglans Collection and they are in flower during May.

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Wordless Wednesday – Good things come in small packages

 

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Wordless Wednesday – Good Bones

 

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Wordless Wednesday – Persian Ironwood in flower

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Wordless Wednesday: Fleur-de-lis decoration

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