Last week we returned to RHS Harlow Carr on another glorious day. I adore the place as I get the opportunity to observe the details on a huge range of flowers. Unfortunately, the bird feeding station was unavailable in an attempt to reduce the amount of vermin, meaning I couldn’t take many wildlife images this time around. However, I did spot a couple of dragonflies and damselflies which I managed to capture.
This Good Friday, we visited RHS Harlow Carr once more. We love seeing the changes in the gardens as the seasons pass by. In the bird hide, we saw a jackdaw, a nuthatch and a rat!
RHS Harlow Carr,Crag Ln, Harrogate, HG3 1QB
In another visit to RHS Harlow Carr, this time on May Day, I took another chunk of photos in what is becoming a rather lovely hobby. We spent a fair amount of time in the bird hide, seeing nuthatches, coal tits and bullfinches (I think, bird identification is not my strong point) along with a squirrel and a pheasant!
Most places tell us it’s a fruit and flowers gift tradition.
Here’s the flowers:
4th wedding anniversary flowers
Here’s the fruit – shaped like flowers:
4th wedding anniversary fruit