Verbena bonariensis...one of my favourite garden flowers
One of my very favourite garden flowers is Verbena bonariensis and today's blog post features some images of it growing at RHS Wisley in Surrey.
Holland Park - O'Keefe Landscapes
HOLLAND PARK This formal chic garden in Holland Park was commissioned by a couple who wanted an elegant outdoor space to organise parties and to entertain friends and colleagues. A stilted hedge of Hornbeams and an Oroko fence mounted on top of the existing boundary wall ensure privacy to the garden, whereas mixed borders of …
paysagiste nantes construction piscine vertou reze sorinieres st sebastien
Paysages des 2 Rivières, paysagiste près de Nantes, Vertou, Rezé, Les Sorinières, St Sébastien pour aménagement de jardins, maçonnerie, construction de piscine.
I especially like the tall pur... photo by brendak654 on Garden Showcase
Mentzelia Species, Evening Star, Giant Blazingstar, Smoothstem Blazingstar , Coneflower Photo from IL, United States. I especially like the tall purple spiky liatris and fully intend to plant more in 2015.
A Community Coming Together: The Enabling Garden
What's a sign that a public garden has been well designed and executed? People. Lots of people. Seniors sipping their coffee, families with babies in strollers, and visitors pausing to admire the flowers on a warm evening last summer were all evidence that the Enabling Garden in the heart of Guelph, Ontario is a community garden in the truest sense of the word. Trevor Barton, the Enabling Garden's Chair, tells me that the initial concept for the garden began with a fortuitous meeting with…
Hot color theme garden and rainbow walkway deck | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Hot garden colors in rainbow color theme garden of red and orange and yellows, Achillea, ornamental grasses, Kniphofia, dahlia, Astrantia, Echinacea, Gaura, Lysimachia, garden globe ornaments, fence, climbing vines Clematis, pathway, walkway deck wooden
THE GARDEN HOUSE
Kniphofias (Red Hot Poker plants) grow along with other herbaceous plants in the grounds of the Garden House (near Buckland Monachoram) in South Devon. So how come these Red Hot Poker plants are orange?