|*Thanks to RHS for free entrance in exchange for review.|
We’ve recently been on a weekend away to Harrogate and we spent our Sunday afternoon wandering around The Royal Horticultural Society at Harlow Carr. It was a lovely afternoon, with lots to see and do.
10 Reasons to Visit The Royal Horticultural Society Garden at Harlow Carr.
I’m not even from Wales, yet the sight of a daffodil bobbing in the wind reminds me of home. I was particularly homesick when I saw them in abundance at the RHS Garden, they’re so pretty, inviting and happy looking!
Who doesn’t love blossom?! The mere sight of flowering trees makes me feel as though I’m in some sort of fairy-tale land. It’s pure beauty is breathtaking…
There are so many parks dotted around, with plenty for children to play with and discover. We found several fun and engaging areas…
4. Hidden gems
There are so many little hidden gems to discover, from little faces to beautiful woodwork… have you found any in this gorgeous garden?
5. Breathtaking flowers and unusual plants
We saw so many strange and wonderful things as we wandered around, it really inspired me for the future (when we might have a big old garden!).
6. Grand designs
This photograph reminds me of Trafalgar Square and a book I once read as a kid. It made me feel all fuzzy inside, and I think Molly was wooed by it also…
We found this little home just before we left, but I imagine there are lots of other hidden magical places that we are yet to discover…
8. Troll bridges
There are so many bridges and George and Molly loved them! We had to play the troll bridge game, obviously!
There seemed to be a really beautiful vibe about the place, and when we stumbled upon this I just felt a surge of love. I’m not religious, but I see Mother Nature as our ‘god’, so this poem really touched me. Isn’t it true?
There’s so much space within the garden it’s unreal. George and Molly had so much fun running around and exploring. It was truly magical.
We loved our day out at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, have you been? Tell me in the comments what you loved the most…