Fritillaria Melagris FIrst flowering
Oso Berry Oemleria cerasiformis, found after removal of elder and yew bushes
Spring Cherry and narcissi (E07 on the interactive map)
Violets Viola reichenbachiana, the early dog violet.
Park activities under Lockdown Strolling, Jogging, Cycling and hanging upside down.
Lilly Beetle On the Fritillaria
Pink and Blue Cherry and our Champion Purple Sycamore
Ferns and Bluebells Planted over the Winter
Euphorbia and Choysia
Pink , Blue and green Bird Cherry, Horse Chestnut, and Copper Beech
Baumannii Horse Chestnut The inflorescence of our magnificent Baumannii horse chestnuts - they are sterile.
The Garden of Remberance Wonderful cypress branches in the Garden
The Garden of Rembrance Secret paths
The Garden of Rembrance The new rose bed
Tree Creeper Nesting in the old Woodpecker hole
The Garden of Rembrance Clearing out some Canadian Pondweed
The Garden of Rembrance Pooch dip, but had to be hauled out. Justin helps the park keeper and a tired dog
The Garden of Rembrance Lilium martagon and Allium
Party Time Please take it home next time........
The Coronation Oak- Loses a bough
Workouts These continued throughout the summer, but they were not for all
Uses of the Park ( 3) Slacklining
Entrances : Hydrangea serrata
The Pond : Before cleaning Overgrown water lilies
Leftovers If anyone wants Bicycles, Henrietta Park is a good place - we have had 6 over the years and Julian House won't take them.
Regeneration The fallen lime tree.
Sunderland street The workers......
The Pergola Which needs attention
The Pond: Clear out RJ Aquatics and volunteers mucking in..... and out.
The Pond: Clear out Buckets to remove the mulp, and barrows to distribute it.
The Pond: Clear out Lilies reduced to a quarter and the rest sent to Victoria Park
The Pond: Clear out To the rescue : filling up from the tap would have taken days.....
The Pond: Clear out Instead it took half an hour.Thanks guys and girls...
Entrances : THanks to the support of our councillors Dr Kumar and particularly Amanda Rigby, we had the money to move the sign to the Sunderland Street entrance
Green Flag Thanks again to the Council and volunteers for all the work during the year.
The Pond: Clear out Complete, and the clematis and rose pruned back from the arbor. The pumps were refurbished b the Council Properties Dept.
The Park Warden And the glorious leaves of the Persian Ironwood ( Parottia ) on Christmas Day.