Nor sure that I agree with Walt.
I absolutely detested the transient fad, a few years ago, of using very wide-angle lenses for landscapes in a way that distorted the perspective and showed close foreground objects unnaturally large.
But using the panorama format does, imho, allow you to include the lupins up close, the crags in the middle distance and the sea and islands in the background.
I think it is an idea worth persevering with.
The colours do seem a trifle unnatural, though. Maybe take them back to the Raw files and avoid using too much saturation when you reprocess.