Last week I went on a little day trip to the Royal Horticultural Society Garden in Wisley. The RHS was given Wisley in 1902, and since then they've slowly been cultivating the entire 60 acre plot as a garden. Not only does the garden have educational purposes, but it has also been designed to inspire budding gardeners. If you have any interest in nature and the outdoors then Wisley is a really wonderful place to visit. Situated just outside London in Surrey, it's open everyday of the year except for Christmas Day - and the entire garden plot is open for visitation.
I visited Wisley at the very end of June and I couldn't have been happier with how everything looked. In the summer sunshine the garden looked absolutely fabulous, and I did my uptmost to bring a slither of what I saw back with me so that I could share it with you today. This is a photo heavy post for anyone in love with flowers or gardens, and although I'm happy with how all my pictures turned out they still can't do justice to the full beauty of Wisley. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy them!
The smell of walking through the rose garden was divine! If you live in or near London then I'd highly recommend putting Wisley on your agenda. It's a beautiful place and it's incredibly large, so you can make a full day of it or you can just spend an hour or two like I did wandering around the most scenic parts. Find out more about the RHS Gardens here.