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Margaret Wilding
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Bud burst on hawthorn and amelanchier in our field here North Yorkshire.
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2014-03-14
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The first lambs enjoying the spring sunshine with the chickens, here in The Yorkshire Dales.  A great time to come and explore the area while staying in our quirky and contemporary studio apartments. www.cold-cotes.co.uk
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Lovely to see blue skies today, here in the Yorkshire Dales.
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This article sums up really well what a garden designer does and the benefits of employing a designer to help you with your garden.
An Introduction to Garden Design
An Introduction to Garden Design
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If Lonely Planet says it is good, it must be good!  When are you coming to Yorkshire? www.cold-cotes.co.uk
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The perfect place to relax and unwind during February half term - we still have some dates available. You can book by the night so choose the dates you would like to stay http://www.cold-cotes.co.uk/accommodation/
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SPECIAL OFFER FOR VALENTINE'S WEEKEND - FREE bottle of bubbly PLUS 3 nights for the price of 2!

Looking for a romantic retreat for Valentine’s Day? Come and discover the delights of The Yorkshire Dales while staying in our comfortable, contemporary studio apartments and extend your stay with an extra night FREE when you book 2 nights ( between 12th and 16th February).
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Winter treasures - the weather may be miserable outside, but I photographed these lovely flowers in my garden last week.  The Kaffir Lily usually stops flowering in November, but is still going because of the relatively mild temperatures.   The flowering cherry is Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis' which flowers intermittently from November to March during mild spells.
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2014-01-28
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Here's a promising sight - spring bulbs nosing their way up through the soil.
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