Bluebell walk

The Bluebells are absolutely lovely at the moment, and near us is an ancient woodland area called Otterhead Lakes, where there are also 2 lakes.  On Monday we took ourselves down there to walk amongst the bluebells.


Just the woodland path was beautiful with the fresh green of the emerging leaves, so fresh, so luscious.


The path follows a stream that runs from one lake to another.


On our route we noticed a tree trunk that had been sawn and yet was regenerating little shoots.


There were also some late white narcissus in clumps along the pathway.


On the road down to the carpark was a Devon Bank or hedgerow just full of bluebells.  They are so lovely to see growing wild like this.


We also have a few bluebells in our garden around the base of a bush.


All we need now is a lot more sunshine to bring on all the Summer flowers.

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  1. So pretty!

  2. Damaris said

    Beautiful. I really miss bluebells.

  3. It is amazing how lush the area is around you. It looks like all that rain does some good after all!

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