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Jo's December Walk

Hello Everyone Well, here we are at the end of another year. The garden has seen many changes this year as gardens do. We have said goodbye to James and hello to Richard. It has coped with all sorts of extreme weather. From the blistering heat through the summer to the continuous rain we have seen recently. It has continued to delight visitors and has I'm sure more surprises in store for us next year. The Arboretum is the start of my journey today. The Mahonia japonica is flowering profusely and the colour and scent were amazing, photo 1. The bright stems of the Cornus and the feathery plume on the Pine tree completed the picture. The Pine tree is Pinus jeffreyi, Jeffrey's pine, photo 2, and

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