The Spring Garden at Munstead Wood was a riot of colour when I viewed the garden with Head Gardener, Annabel Watts back in April 2014. The yellow of these Fritillaria Imperialis Maxima Lutea contrasts beautifully with the purple Honesty (Lunaria annua) and purple Wall Flowers, red tulips, the lilac of the Bergenia flowers, and blue Forget-me-nots (Myosotis sylvatica).

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