Crocuses at RHS Wisley

One of the fascinating things about gardening – or indeed farming – is that every year is different.  Crops come into harvest at varying times; grapes are ready for picking far sooner in some years than in others!  2019 has been an especially good year for crocuses, even in our small garden.  However, they are nothing compared with the incredibly beautiful and impressive swathes of crocuses at the Royal Horticultural Society‘s garden just nearby at Wisley.  A hot February day showed them off at their very best.  I hope the photos below capture something of their splendour.

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