Japanese quince, or Chaenomeles japonica on the garden wall at Bryngwyn
Our Rhododendron praecox, one of the earliest flowering rhododendrons in the UK, bringing a splash of colour to the Front Lawns at Bryngwyn Hall
Our first Hellebore this Spring!
Cardamine douglassi or Purple Cress, originally planted in this spot in 1902 and still going strong.
Arisaema 'Cobra lily', a dangerous resident of the Bryngwyn Poison Garden
white foxgloves in Bryngwyn Gardens, with a bumblebee taking shelter!
Solanum crispum 'Glasnevin', also known as the Chilean potato tree! An unusual addition to Bryngwyn gardens
Sisyrinchium striatum at Bryngwyn
festoons of foxgloves at Bryngwyn
simply divine Magnolia sieboldii at Bryngwyn Gardens