Savill Garden in Windsor is a spectacular place to visit in May.
All of the rhododendrons and azaleas are out and waiting to be seen.
^ This is the highly perfumed Yellow Azalea (or Rhododendron Luteum) – it glows like an enormous fiery beast.
Thanks to the recent rain, every inch of the garden was so lusciously green. Verdant verges revealing veritable veristic veratrum (< verbose!).
This family of geese were very pleased as the grass was extra juicy for them.
It’s a glorious 35 acres and divided up into various sections, each celebrating a different corner of the world: Mediterranean, China, American Mid-West.
Although (call me biased!) the Quintessentially English garden is my favourite.
Absolutely stunning, densely textured planting.
I had a wonderful day!
I went to the amazing restaurant area afterwards and enjoyed a pastry beneath the wooden undulating roof.
For those interested, I wore my new Hobbs polka dot jeans (bought in the sale). Most comfortable jeans ever!
For opening times, visit The Savill Garden website.