Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Pembrokeshire in Bloom



 The roads through Ceredigion have hedges filled with flowering laburnums at this time of year but in coastal Pembrokeshire these are replaced by flower-filled banks.

















 By the road-sides, on cliff-tops and along pathways, everywhere we went seemed covered in flowers - mainly thrift and sea-campion but with bluebells, daisies, foxgloves, sheep's bit scabious and others I couldn't name scattered among them.





































It rather makes me wish our Derbyshire dry stone walls had such a wonderful display of wild flowers.













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