The magnificent Laburnum Arch, in full bloom at Bodnant Gardens, Conwy, Wales.

This picture shows the striking Laburnum Arch in full
flower – a mass of yellow blooms. This iconic image is the signature
planting of Bodnant Gardens. Although usually in flower for a couple of
weeks, it is at its best, as shown in this photo, for only a few days
each year – usually in late May. The laburnum tunnel, which was planted
in 1875, attracts large numbers of visitors from across the world.

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