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Kedlestone Hall is an eighteenth century mansion set in extensive parkland. Just the spot for a wandering figure to explore….

A-different-Place,-Kedlesta

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Waterlily

Beautiful Nymphaea to catch the eye in the Waterlily House at Kew.

Waterlily

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Only less than 24 hours to paint this vibrant plant., the day lily. Time enough – just!

Day Lily

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The new nature reserve in N17 is a great place for sketching. This island in the reservoir – a heronry – was eye-catching.

Island-in-the-reservoir

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Mophead and lace-cap hydrangeas can change colour according to the soil they’re in and how they are watered. This one started out as blue but there’s so little rain about at present that it’s now in the pink.

Hydrangea

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They’re back. Colourful and edible. Now a firm favourite:

Vase-and-flowers

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Seen in a window in Delft – colourful ceramic teapots, sure to raise a smile?

Crazy-pots

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