Saturday, July 16, 2011

Rhododendron State Park

Hubby and I visited Rhododendron State Park in Fitzwilliam, NH today.   Last time, we went in late May since that is when the local rhododendrons bloom, only to find out that these are a different species that bloom in mid-July.   So today was the day.    I thought the story was best told with more pictures and a few words.

When you enter, you walk through a long "tunnel" of giant rhododendron plants.

You could totally hear the sound of bees buzzing constantly.

This is a panoramic shot.

There was other interesting nature there that had nothing to do with rhododendrons.

Another fun adventure for Karen and Tag.

1 comment:

Joan J said...

This is such a beautiful spot. Do these rhododendrons grow wild??