Here are 6 things going on in my garden this week.
I bought loads of hardy geraniums at the famous Margery Fish Nursery at East Lambrook Manor Gardens in Somerset last weekend – my favourite garden ever. Will be planting them on top of tulips in pots in November sometime.
Piles of leaves I have collected from surrounding streets and carried back to my lair. As they rot down I add them to my compost bins. Fantastic stuff.
Planted up my yellow pots after advice from Harriet Rycroft of My Garden School. Bought the grasses she suggested from Knoll Gardens and here they are, Anemanthele lessoniana, Uncinia rubra and Imperata cylindrica Rubra mixed in with ferns. I’ll add small daffs when they arrive from Crocus.
Leaves again – look at these lovely ones just lying around waiting for me to gather them up. A person can get very excited about wet leaves – honestly it is quite weird.
An Acer Palmatum Sango-Katu, or could be Orange Dream, not sure which, from Norfield Nurseries. It’s doing quite well in a 3L pot and just hanging onto its leaves.
The yellows and pinks in the bricks are matching the shades in the grass, hakonechloa macra “Aureola” turning into its autumn colours.
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