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UK Arboretum

Is where we set off after church yesterday. It was beautiful! Not only were the plants gorgeous but the atmosphere was just breathtaking. We were surrounded mostly by green and some assortment of spring colors. Although some plants and flowers have just started to grow, we were nevertheless amused with those that have already bloomed.

More pictures below will speak for themselves.
Sorry to say, I do not know their names.

















We’ll definitely visit the place again.

Hopefully everything has radiantly blossomed by then
and the butterfly sanctuary will then come into actuality.

10 squiggly notes..:

storyteller said...

What a LOVELY series of flower photos ... thanks for sharing.
Hugs and blessings,

Felisol said...

WOW, what a variety in color and shapes. Must have felt breathtaking.
In some weeks I hope to see a similar sight here not in this abundance though.
From Felisol

Ralph said...

Flowers are a visual sign of Spring. Not the warmer temps, but these flowers are a treat for the eyes - Spring ought to look like Spring after the cold, bleak Winter!

Dora said...

Wow! So many many colourful flowers! ;)

marcia@joyismygoal said...

wow those are gorgeous did you see mine?

maryt/theteach said...

So many of us are visiting arboretum's now in the Spring! Your photos are wonderful! Thanks you for sharing them! :) Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Nicole said...

Oh, I left the flower comment on the wrong post, oups...

They look gorgeous and the whole thing must have smelled heavenly!

Clematis are some of my favorites.
And those lilac hanging ones, looking almost like grapes, I have the same on my front porch :)

Raven said...

Wow! What a beautiful assortment of flowers. Thanks for taking us along on your walk.

DaviMack said...

Some beautiful pictures, there! Thanks! Where is the UK Arboretum? I'll have to look, to see if I can find it....

donna said...

Thank you all for stopping by and leaving a comment...

DaviMack, with UK I meant University of Kentucky here in Lexington, KY USA. I see you are from from London so you might think this is somewhere there=)