Wild Primrose Bank, Lismore, Scotland

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You can understand why they call the Isle of Lismore, off the west coast of Scotland, the Garden Isle, when you see great swaths of Primroses, Bluebells, Cowslips and Wild Garlic in the Spring.  I just could not get over the amount of these beautiful wild flowers, I’m sure there are many more, but these particular plants were in abundance everywhere.  This area of wild flowers was to the south end of the island and I have no idea if it has a name, but I can only think of one…… Wild Primrose Bank, it was beautiful.  We were visiting in May 2016 and the weather was very overcast, just a shame that there wasn’t an inkling of blue sky, even so it was still a spectacular sight 🙂

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Primroses

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Primroses

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Wild Garlic

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Cowslips

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Plus a few ruins, that I just can’t resist 🙂

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May 2016

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