The Exbury Gardens is located in New Forest, England and is counted in the most beautiful and exuberant gardens in the world. The gardens here are spread out over 200 acres of woodland. Depending on the season you visit, you are bound to see many different varieties of flowers, plants and shrubs in the Exbury Gardens. The spring season will fill the garden with daffodils, bluebells, azaleas. In the summer the gardens are in a very vibrant mood with grasses and shrubs covering a great part of the garden. Spring is definitely the best time to visit as the main attraction of the gardens are the azaleas and rhododendrons.
The Exbury Gardens are also a source of some of the rarest of plants today and they are all taken special care of to protect the look and feel of the gardens for visitors. Whatever the season you happen to visit Exbury Gardens, you are sure to enjoy its sheer beauty and serene environment.
A cousin in England emailed me recently about Exbury since she knows of my love for gardens. Looks like I need to plan a trip over there (to visit family, of course) and see this lovely place in person. Such vivid colours in this shady woodland garden.