Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Laburnum Hedges of Ceredigion

 This time of year, at home in Derbyshire, the hedges are covered in white hawthorn blossom but driving back from our Spring Bank holidays in Pembrokeshire I've discovered a different hedgerow blossom - laburnum flowers.

 Not just one or two in gardens, but almost everywhere along the roads from Aberystwyth down to Cardigan the hedgerows are filled with bright sunshiny yellow.

I wonder why there are so many here but none that I've seen elsewhere. Does anyone know?

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