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Snowdrop wood by Jon Rowley
England

The Rococo Gardens in Stroud hold one of the most varied collections of snowdrops in the country. The formal area of the garden is designed and maintained to a high standard but the snowdrop wood is allowed to thrive in it's wild glory.

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