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Primrose and Camellia Walks

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Exbury Gardens
Southampton
Hampshire
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Weekend of 26/27 March
The floor of Exbury's woodland garden is covered with a beautiful primrose carpet during April. Major concentrations are found in the Home Wood running alongside the Cascades, and also in the Yard Wood Cascades near Jubilee Pond. A special walking trail will guide visitors to see the best primrose displays, and also showcase Exbury's award-winning Camellia's on the Old and New Camellia Walks.

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