By Trish Fry
The Gardens look terrific, with lots of spring colour. The early rhodies and later magnolias are providing quite a show, as are the various fruit trees.
For those who are new to us, our "Bloom Report" is a weekly update on the Historic Gardens using current photos.
We've had terrific feedback on the photographic Bloom Reports since I started doing them in 2006.
Members find them handy in planning their visits to the Gardens, while accommodations and
Visitor Information Centres use them to keep their staff up to date on "what's in bloom" so they can better promote the Gardens.
And then there are folks who simply enjoy the pictures and forward the email to family from away, just to make them a wee bit homesick!
Whatever your reason, we hope you enjoy... but if you wish to be removed from our list please do not hesitate to email us.
The format is an email with just a couple photos and below these, a bit of information.
Dozens of photos and the actual Bloom Report itself are then available to you at the click of the mouse through our website link as shown below these photos.
To check out what’s in bloom as of today, go to
Or go towww.historicgardens.com
To join the Bloom Report e-mail list, contact email@example.com (Trish Fry is manager of Historic Gardens in Annapolis Royal.)
Historic Gardens Bloom Report
See the latest riot of colour in Annapolis Royal
By Trish Fry
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