A very late #SixonSaturday this week as I’m just back from a trip to the west of Scotland. Feels like an immense privilege to have been on holiday for a few days. All over the Argyll coast, bluebells are in full flower. I’m not sure if it’s a good year, or if they always put on such a fabulous display, but every scrap of woodland seemed to be filled with their colour and scent. Argyll is also an amazing place for it’s coastal and woodland gardens. This week’s six is simply a set of photos from the An Cala Garden, covering just a couple of acres on Seil Island, near Oban. The weather was ‘mixed’, the midges were attending, but WOW. The primula, azelea and rhododendron were just mind blowing in their colour and vibrancy. As my partner commented, ‘one of the best gardens I have ever seen’. Nuff said.
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