Spring garden diary: A secret garden » Soft colours

The soft colours of Spring beneath a cloudy sky.

The soft colours of Spring beneath a cloudy sky.

Some old gardens on the Slow Coast conjure magic by thriving on benign neglect.
A bejeweled mossy bank

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