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Freston Woods, on the Shotley Peninsula
just south of Ipswich, is a haven for
watercolourists and walkers at any time of
the year. But at their respective times of
the year, the managed woodlands
surround a sea of either bluebells, wild
garlic or snowdrops (and probably loads of
flowers and plants I haven't seen yet) and
becomes a landscape full of colour and
smells to appeal to any garden-lover.
Whilst I don't count myself among the
latter (too much like hard work), even I can
appreciate the sheer beauty of a huge field of bluebells. Only a field of poppies is more
moving, but that's more to do with their poignant connotation than the flowers
themselves. I can recommend a visit if you're in the area, but be aware there are no
'facilities' and there's not much in the way of parking either, but that will only encourage
you to get out and walk in our lovely Suffolk countryside.
Freston Woods, on the Shotley Peninsula just south of Ipswich, is a haven for
watercolourists and walkers at any time of the year. But at their respective times of the
year, the managed woodlands surround a sea of either bluebells, wild garlic or
snowdrops (and probably loads of flowers and plants I haven't seen yet) and becomes a
landscape full of colour and smells to appeal to any garden-lover. Whilst I don't count
myself among the latter (too much like hard work), even I can appreciate the sheer
beauty of a huge field of bluebells. Only a field of poppies is more moving, but that's
more to do with their poignant connotation than the flowers themselves. I can
recommend a visit if you're in the area, but be aware there are no 'facilities' and there's
not much in the way of parking either, but that will only encourage you to get out and
walk in our lovely Suffolk countryside.
Freston Woods, on the Shotley Peninsula
just south of Ipswich, is a haven for
watercolourists and walkers at any time of
the year. But at their respective times of
the year, the managed woodlands
surround a sea of either bluebells, wild
garlic or snowdrops (and probably loads of
flowers and plants I haven't seen yet) and
becomes a landscape full of colour and
smells to appeal to any garden-lover.
Whilst I don't count myself among the
latter (too much like hard work), even I can
appreciate the sheer beauty of a huge field of bluebells. Only a field of poppies is more
moving, but that's more to do with their poignant connotation than the flowers
themselves. I can recommend a visit if you're in the area, but be aware there are no
'facilities' and there's not much in the way of parking either, but that will only encourage
you to get out and walk in our lovely Suffolk countryside.

Freston snowdrops

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Freston Woods, on the Shotley Peninsula just south of Ipswich, is a haven for watercolourists and walkers at any time of the year. But at their respective times of the year, the managed woodlands surround a sea of either bluebells, wild garlic or snowdrops (and probably loads of flowers and plants I haven't seen yet) and becomes a landscape full of colour and smells to appeal to any garden-lover. Whilst I don't count myself among the latter (too much like hard work), even I can appreciate the sheer beauty of a huge field of bluebells. Only a field of poppies is more moving, but that's more to do with their poignant connotation than the flowers themselves.  I can recommend a visit if you're in the area, but be aware there are no 'facilities' and there's not much in the way of parking either, but that will only encourage you to get out and walk in our lovely Suffolk countryside.  
This polished wood moulding from eframe.co.uk is a beauty!

This polished wood moulding from eframe.co.uk is a beauty!

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