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Dulwich Park - A Queens Park but Not a Royal Park (Part 2)

May 20, 2010

Dulwich Park is famous for its Rhododendrons and Azaleas in May, but there is a lot more to this wonderful place than that. Its wildfowl and wildlife abound; it is managed with the environment in mind, proving an area of outstanding beauty and historical interest can be a place for everyone as well!

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Name: Carol
Santa Ana, ca
Sunset zone 22, USDA zone 10 A.
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May 23, 2010 9:02 AM CST
I just finished reading part 1 and part 2...absolutely wonderful photos and tour! Gotta check the rest of your articles now. Keep them comming!
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
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May 23, 2010 9:25 AM CST
Dear Carol, thank you for your comments. It is the Chelsea Flower Show next week so I will be busy there, and doing lots of photos for Articles. Chelsea last year was with my old camera, now I can try my new one! As long as people enjoy and read my Articles I will keep going, as there is eight Royal Parks alone to do. Then 1400 other parks and private gardens, plus lots of open spaces as well.
One of my Dicksonia antarctica, Tree ferns this morning!

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