The Teddington Gardener

Cornus – bright stemmed dogwoods at Kew





Just photographs for this piece, although I am sure I have written about these invaluable providers of colour (and form) in the winter months on other occasions – most likely with reference to the varied stand of dogwoods, willow and rubus at Wisley – like here, planted to double the enjoyment, reflecting their myriad colours in the lake. Here at Kew, it is a small but very successful planting.


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