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March 06, 2010

A day at The RHS Wisley.

DSC_0162, originally uploaded by badgerproductions.


I've just spent the day at The RHS Wisley near Guildford (Surrey UK).

We were there with a digi beta crew getting some shots for their on-line videos.

By the afternoon, apart from being damn cold, the light was stunning.

It's well worth a trip to the gardens, and if you're really "green fingered" then you might consider becoming a member.

As the UK's leading gardening charity, the RHS receives no government support. The support of their members is vital to fulfilling their charitable work to encourage and promote horticulture. This ranges from providing advice and inspiration, through education and research into plants and environmental issues affecting gardeners.

I particularly like the RHS's initiatives to introduce young children to the joys and benefits of gardening and growing fruit and veg.

You can follow them on Twitter @the_rhs or facebook.

Whatever your age, time spent at the RHS gardens makes for a great day out and I think it's excellent value for money.

If you click on the link/s above it will take you to my Flickr page where you can see some more pics from the day.



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