Tuesday, 6 September 2016

The White & Green Garden.


The White & Green Garden has been one of the success stories throughout the year at 
Our Garden@19.

These photos are a view in early September.

Rosa Iceberg has re-flowered following its dead heading...


...it is one of the most reliable of roses.



Growing below is the Phlox paniculata 'White Admiral'...



...along with Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'.


One of my favourites is the swan necked lysimachia clethroides, with its graceful flower.


Providing colour and cover in the understory is the ever dependable Viola cornuta Alba.



What has provided you with the most satisfaction in your garden this year?

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12 comments:

  1. Is the white viola invasive through prolific self seeding?

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    1. I haven't found it to be a prolific self seeder in our garden.

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  2. Lovely Brian. I used to have Iceberg in a previous garden and it is a good one. Must find a space for one here.

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    1. You will be rewarded if you do Jessica.

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  3. So lovely! Iceberg is a jewel, isn't it? And the effect of the white Violas in shade must be wonderful...

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    1. Thank you Amy, they are both useful plants.

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  4. Yes, it looks a real success - it must give you such pleasure

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    1. Thanks Cathy, it has performed well this year.

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  5. like Jessica, I also had Iceberg in a previous garden and can remember it still flowering well into December.

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    1. It is a good rose, it's only minus is very little scent.

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  6. A beautiful collection! I planted Lysimachis flos-culi "White Robin" this year but it is not so elegant as your Lysimachis. Amelia

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    1. I think it is one of the most elegant plants in the garden.

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