The lively fresh green of the Euphorbias contrasts beautifully with the blue of the Forget-me-nots (Myosotis sylvatica) and the soft cream of the Primulas at Munstead Wood. I took this picture in April 2014 when Munstead Wood was a private home and Annabel Watt was the Head Gardener.

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