Laburnum walk

Held up by metal hoops, the branches of the Laburnum trees are trained across the pathway at the Dorothy Clive Garden. At the right time of year it is covered with glorious bunched of flowers that hang down in curtains over it. Beautifully underplanted with the star like globes of purple Allium flowers.

We were lucky to see this a few days ago. The flowers have probably faded and changed to pea like seed pods now. Note: Laburnum seed pods are Not peas and are Poisonous. Be careful. X

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