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?
However they arrived, they're the most beautiful hedges I've seen