Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
Lovely Autumn colour - is that Boston Ivy behind your bench? The grasses are wonderful too. I have put some in the garden this year, so we will see how they do.
Yes it is Boston Ivy. I do like grasses, the two in the picture are Calamagrostis x a. ' Karl Foerster ' on the left and Chionochloa rubra on the right. They along with Miscanthus are the ones that have been successful here.
Oh the season certainly agrees with your garden Brian. As well as all the fabulous planting my eyes are also drawn to what I think are metallic lilies. They're most attractive.
Thank you Anna, you are correct there are three metallic lilies on the left. They came from Showborough gardens Art in The Garden exhibition. There is a link to their website in Worcestershire Gardens on the header page.
What a beautiful spot to sit and comtemplate those autumn colours Brian! I love the red vine (is it vine?) behind the white seat.
Thanks Cathy, you know we gardeners we never make time to sit in our own garden! it is Boston Ivy behind the bench.
But it all looks so tidy Brian - how do you do it? Where are all your leaves?!
There are some leaves Cathy when you look close, I usually run the lawn mower around to gather them up before they go in the leaf bins.
The garden is looking great in its autumn colours. That bench must be a great place to enjoy a mug of tea. Amelia
It is thank you Amelia, tea or something stronger!
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