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Bluebells at Dalkeith Country Park

Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells

I mentioned on Monday we went to see the bluebells at Dalkeith Country Park after I’d become a little bit obsessed with finding a bluebell wood after reading about Ravelston Wood here. Some light facebook consultation made me decide on Dalkeith (the third option was Hopetoun House), mainly because it’s our side of town and has parking, which means we can get there in 15-20 minutes, compared to 45+ on the bus to Blackhall. Anyway, it was perfect, exactly as I’d hoped! Carpets full of beautiful flowers right across this massive bit of forest, and a nice flat walk along the river for Milo to cycle along. Plus, tons of wild garlic, bonus! We’ll definitely be back in the park as well when the cafe and adventure playground open in the summer.

Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells
Dalkeith Country Park bluebells

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  • Jessica 19 May 2016, 6:47 pm

    The park looks wonderful, the bluebells are gorgeous and certainly worth having researched; and your cheek-to-cheek picture with Milo is to die for!

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