The Teddington Gardener

Teddington Gardener Review of the Year – October 2014 – Dahlias (a lot), Petersham Nurseries, Thug, Wild Food Foraging, Pruning Climbing Roses, A Cutting Garden. Hints of Autumn.

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Dahlias all the way at Petersham Nurseries

DSCF9934Echeverias – tender (-ish) succulents with perfect rosettes

DSCF0071Wild Food Foraging with Claudio Bincoletto at Petersham Nurseries

DSCF0148Thug, the Petersham cat, nap interrupted and none too happy for that!

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Rose pruning at Peteresham Nurseries – making sense of a very overgrown climber

Colour elsewhere in the Cutting Garden. Cobaea scandens has been a huge success this year, overwintering with no trouble.

Autumn begins to colour up the landscape – Hamamelis here, with Pathenocissus quinquefolia in my own garden.

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