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Between the car park and the Frameyard…

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It’s a short but magical walk from the car park to the Frameyard and the Orchard. On a frosty morning in February, here’s what you can see…

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Viburnum leaves after frost (in the car park)

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Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’ (pear) blossom

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Prunus cerasitera ‘Nigra’ blossom

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Prunus cerasiteraNigratree

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Exochorda racemosa ‘Pearl Bush’ buds 

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Exochorda racemosa ‘Pearl Bush’ blossom

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Long view of Fota House

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Two thrushes under the trees

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Galanthus nivalis – Snowdrops under the trees

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Winter l

 

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Red squirrel (Sciuris vulgaris)

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Light through the glasshouse

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Winter hydrangea

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Hamamelis (Witch hazel)

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Skimmia  japonica Obsession

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Helleborus 

 

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Viburnum  (in the Frameyard)

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Author: fotaframeyardblog

We are volunteers who work at Fota House Frameyard in County Cork, Ireland.

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