Following the theme of this week's Blooming Friday "hidden", here is a link to a post about a hidden castle that I published a couple of weeks ago. Gimghoul Castle is hidden in a forest at the end of a lane and the society which owns it is a secret society. Even the site on which the castle is built and its name are shrouded in mystery.
On the horticultural side, our native Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) is a tree that hides in plain sight for much of the year. There are two wild Fringetrees that grow at wood's edge on our farm and when they aren't in bloom I literally have not been able to find them.
They are beautiful in bloom though, during the month of May.
I have read that Fringetrees are not always fragrant, but the flowers of our 2 small trees have a sweet coconut fragrance.
Thank you to Katarina at roses and stuff for hosting Blooming Friday.