Friday, 9 July 2010

High summer at Colesbourne Park

Another hot, dry, windy day here, so I thought I'd post a couple of pictures of the Colesbourne Park garden before the drought really begins to damage the summer display.

The herbaceous border: the pink flowers are Malva moschata, the yellow daisies Anthemis tinctoria. In the background 'Rambling Rector' covers the pergola.

The bog garden - something of a misnomer as most of this is a very dry bank, planted with big, bold drought tolerant perennials. True moisture-lovers, such as the Primula florindae hybrids and Zantedeschia) are at the water's edge.

1 comment:

  1. How wonderful. It is so lovely to see the garden in is full summer splendour. It looks dramatically different to how it was when I visited in February.

    I really hope the hot weather doesn't get the better of it.

    RO :o)


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