Evening sunshine – exploring some cooler tones for the late summer border
August 28, 2014
Anemone hupehensis praecox (above) and Bressingham Glow (below)
Dahlia Cornish Ruby (below)
New from David Austin for 2014/15, their repeat flowering Rambler rose, Lady of the Lake. Love it. (below)
Astrantia Roma, against a background of Agastache (above) Caryopteris Dark Knight (below), a very useful sub-shrub, with long-lasting blue flowers and silvery foliage. A mecca for bees and suchlike…
I confess to forgetting the name of this sage. Bulgarian I know, but will add details tomorrow…. and finally a couple of non-plant piccies here – a detail from one of the umbrellas at Petersham Nurseries and then, shadows cast on to the door of St. Peter’s Church, Petersham, from the lantern ironwork. Just because.
For a little extra reading, I would surf a little through the back catalogue of the Telegraph online, always useful, entertaining with excellent writing from their stalwarts.