Benenden Blue: it’s not a cheese, so what is it?

A shade over a week ago, we asked for photographs of Kent that showed our county in its glory. The brief for Kent, Our Kent was wide-ranging (see here) and included anything from images of places we’re looking forward to seeing again to shots taken on our daily exercise walks.
We have had an encouraging response, so thanks to all of you who have got back to us with pictures. We share the first of them here and there are many more to follow. Hopefully, you will be encouraged to send in your own contributions.
Today’s shots come from our Tunbridge Wells chair, Liz Akenhead. She describes the first: “The Benenden Blue rosemary on my terrace has been flowering for weeks and it’s constantly buzzing with various sorts of bee and hoverfly.
“It’s a wonderful decorative plant named after a beautiful Kent village, and it’s good to cook with, too.”

A bee savours the delights of Benenden Blue


The second captures (in the nicest possible way) a striking-looking mammal. “It’s one of the three white squirrels we sometimes see in our garden,” said Liz.

No missing this white squirrel!

Thanks to Liz. Everyone else, get snapping!
In the meantime, take care and stay safe…

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

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