I took this picture of Gertrude Jekyll’s garden – Munstead Wood, back in April 2014. The white cherry blossom looked spectacular against the garden wall; the flowers added a welcome highlight and backdrop for the colourful Tulips and sunny yellow Fritillaria Imperialis Maxima Lutea blooms.

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