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Viburnum tinus

Blue pig with its tarpaulin back on

Blue pig covered again, behind viburnum tinus

I’m not a great one for what’s called ‘winter interest’ in shrubs.

I prefer plants to go nuts in summer and supply a visual feast that lasts all  year in the memory.

This evergreen bush was sited in order to eventually, partially, conceal the blue pig water tank which isn’t exactly an aesthetic feature.

It rather gets in the way for putting the winter tarpaulin on.

But when I re-fixed the tarpaulin after the high winds, I noticed how lovely it is.

Viburnum tinus

Viburnum tinus

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