We can’t help getting excited by a bluebell woods and this year they’re a real blaze of colour at Kew’s Sussex Gardens at Wakehurst, near Haywards Heath.
Visitors can explore acres of wild bluebell woods with stunning displays in Horsebridge Woods, Bloomers Valley and the Loder Valley nature reserve, helped on by the sunshine over the past few weeks.
Iain Parkinson, Wakehurst’s Conservation and Woodlands Manager, said, “We are so used to the seasons being out of kilter that this year it has taken us by surprise that the bluebells appear to be on time!”
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