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South East UK Bluebells

darkhorse

Always on
Premium Member
Hey South Easteners (or any other area if you fancy a trip), I see that the annual bluebell challenge has started on here. Here's a fantastic place I've discovered on my travels, and according to their website, their bluebell barometer is showing that there at their best right now!!! I'm going to try and get there myself at the weekend.
:snappy::thumbsup:

http://www.holepark.com/
 

oldgeezer

Always on
Premium Member
Hell Malc, were surrounded by them. You've only got to drive up the road.

Why when you have a long weekend, people want to vistnand stay when I've got photo's to take.
Just got my mojo back I don't get the time to myself.
 

darkhorse

Always on
Premium Member
I've got English and Spanish ones in the front garden ;)

People can be so inconsiderate sometimes. Good for you getting your mojo back.
 

hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Strange I have two different types in my garden too(don't ask me the names lol) The smaller 'belled' bluebells are almost spent now, with the normal bluebells probably at their best at the moment
 

darkhorse

Always on
Premium Member
Strange I have two different types in my garden too(don't ask me the names lol) The smaller 'belled' bluebells are almost spent now, with the normal bluebells probably at their best at the moment
I think the more daintier English ones are on the turn, but the hardier Spanish one are in full force.
I've even got Spanish white bluebells in the garden :D No they're not snowdrops, they've been and gone.
 

caveman

Always on
Hey South Easteners (or any other area if you fancy a trip), I see that the annual bluebell challenge has started on here. Here's a fantastic place I've discovered on my travels, and according to their website, their bluebell barometer is showing that there at their best right now!!! I'm going to try and get there myself at the weekend.
:snappy::thumbsup:

http://www.holepark.com/
right you are guv! sunday I :)think
 

hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Just a quick peek in my front garden tonight after work and a few of the 'Spanish' ones are now going a little brown <scared>
:chain-gun:
 
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