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Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden

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Tranquil, relaxing, engaging. These are but a few words to describe Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, a secret hideaway waiting to be discovered. Home to thousands of the delicately beautiful Candelabra Primula growing all over the place and a host of woodland animals, Fairhaven is located in South Walsham, Norfolk.

Ubiquitous Candelabra Primula

Candelabra_Primula_group I am lucky to go there at this time of the year where the Primulas are at their best. They have a whole-year calendar of events where one can choose from a variety of activities that will suit anyone be it a Ghost walk, a themed photography workshop, a wildlife or musical festival and a whole lot more. A more detailed information is available at their website.

Winged Visitors

Winged_Visitor_2-001 Winged_visitor_1-002As well as two-legged visitors, these winged visitors have their fair share of the woodland garden, us to enjoy the beauty of the nature, them to feed on and pollinate the flowers.

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Half-day is enough to walk in and around the woodland including a one-hour guided boat trip in a private broad. But a whole day is preferably better in order to get the most of the garden.
Purple_RhododendronRhododendrons also dotted the woodland in groups, most of them are purple, adding glory and wonders to the eye.

Boating at the private broad
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This lake is actually a flooded pit. During World War Two, the place was used as a training ground for the home guard. We ended our day sitting by the lake, watching the boats and getting soaked in the sun.

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About the author: Jem loves to try new thingsas long as they dont involve risks. As a little girl, she used to daydream travelling around the world, but taking in consideration that because of poverty, it was just a pure fantasy. She was aware of the fact that it was an ambitious dream. Nevertheless, she contented herself reading books about places and learning about geography. Well, look whos globe-trotting now!

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