Ohhhh, I love an English summer! xo
Me too....just lovely! :) x
I saw a large one of these at Crathes Castle at the weekend. I had no idea it was rare - but it was absolutely beautiful!
My daughter and family will be moving to Surrey next June from 10 years in Moscow. I am THRILLED!
Add me to the list!
What an interesting name for a tree. I'm off to look that up.Ali
Seriously a tree known as a Handkerchief Tree, that is really cool and so interesting.
That's so interesting, Laura! I've never heard of a handkerchief tree, but it certainly is unique looking. I'm glad you're enjoying summer; I'm sure it must be so beautiful there. :) Thanks for sharing the picture, and I hope you have a great weekend.Denise at Forest Manor
They do look like hankies - I had to enlarge to make sure you weren't fooling us!
Interesting tree. I enjoyed your visit to Darwin' house. I remember how excited I was to stand on his grave at St. Paul's.
That tree is Amazing!!! Your photos are always so beautiful lady!!!
A beautiful tree - there's one in the gardens of Renishaw Hall which is local to where I live and, therefore, one I love to see when in flower.
interesting! so glad you love summer and it's here for you just in the knick of time!
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