Friday, 18 January 2008


Rowallane gardens are just a few miles, and a world away, from the centre of Belfast city. During the summer the gardens are famous for their fabulous floral displays, but they are worth visiting in the winter months too. We spent an hour walking through the damp gardens this afternoon, and it was lovely to see trees budding and clumps of snowdrops. Hopefully Spring isn't too far away.


Ackworth Born said...

what a lovely display of snowdrops

Ann (MobayDP) said...

I can just imagine how beautiful that must be in the Spring and Summer

And yes, it's still a beautiful place in the winter. :-)

Belgrade Daily Photo said...

That last picture, especially, is stunning!