Photographic Print. Seat on a pathway with fallen white Rhododendron blossoms in St Helens Crematorium.
White flowers and sitting on the seat under the blossoms convey peace and tranquility. St Helens Crematorium was built by the architect Thomas Denville Barry, the gardens were designed and planted by Edward Kemp, a nationally renowned
designer and it opened in 1858. This photograph was taken many years ago, I hope the blossoms are still allowed to hang over the pathway. The Rhododendron genus is the largest of the genera in the Ericaceae family, with around 1000 species.
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