A slightly random collection of images today because I really wanted someone apart from me to see these lovely ranuncula that I found in the village a few days ago…
and this fabulous azalea that arrived yesterday….
And I definitely wanted you all to see these amazing pink clematis montana just bursting into bloom in my friends-from-the-other-side-of-Highgate’s fabulously lush and floriferous garden.
Their garden is a delight anyhow (we will definitely get some more pictures from them a little later into the spring) but it is particularly wonderful as it backs onto Parkland Walk, an abandoned railway track that has been turned into a nature reserve.
The walk runs from Finsbury Park to the Alexandra Palace (approximately 5 kilometres) and claims to have over 200 species of wild flowers! If you go to the LookUpLondon blog you can go on a virtual walk along almost its full length, including tunnels and old platforms.
Meanwhile, back on the heath, a little bit of soundscape – although I am afraid that my phone was not that keen on wind.
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