Rambler

St Leonard’s, Ludlow

This unnamed delicate pretty pink rambling rose was found clambering over old gravestones in a lovely churchyard in Ludlow which has been designated as a wildlife reserve and has become the home of a variety of animals, birds and insects that can shelter in its trees, shrubs, ground cover and many interesting plants.

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  1. I think we might have to go there when we next go to stay with Simon’s mum! Ludlow’s about 30mins by car from where she is 🙂

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    1. Heyjude says:

      Ludlow is quite lovely and surrounded by gorgeous countryside. A pity it is so far from the coast 😦

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      1. I’m not much of a beach person unless the sea is warm enough to swim in 😉

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        1. Heyjude says:

          I’m not a “lie on the beach” person either, but I love walking along a beach, or along the coast watching the sea in all weathers.

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