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Plants of note

Plants that I come across in my studies and working environment that strike me as interesting and with possibilities for design.


Plants of note

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A sure way to keep that old tree upright. Kyoto, Japan

Japanese Zelkova, Kyoto, Japan

Red bromeliads with Scleranthus biflorus at the Potters Childrens garden at Auckland's Botanic Gardens...in winter

Restio festuciformis mass planted at the Potters Childrens garden at Auckland's Botanic Gardens

Cercis 'Forest Pansy' autumn colours

Oak leaf hydrangeas & white birches

Cacty

indian hollyhock

Nandina. Not for the faint hearted.

Lobelia abadarica, Pittosporum 'Golf Ball' and Helichrysum in a gorgeous combination at Woodbridge garden in Coatesville.

Blood lily, from South Africa. After flowering the strappy leaves form. Looks very prehistoric in the garden.

Strobilanthes dyeriana, stunning colours

Michelia maudiaii Flowers for about a month and the scent is pure heaven.

Ligularia 'Britt Marie Crawford'. These were planted in pots in the garden so they stood tall and didn't flop everywhere, good idea.

Hydrangea quercifolia with the leaves starting to turn in autumn.

Hydrangea 'Merville Sanguine' in my garden is a vivid purple as opposed to the dark red it should be. Still striking though.

Il Castello di Pralormo (TO)

Bergenia #plants #garden

#Allium

ceanothus!

  • Lynne
    Lynne

    Talk about an inspired combination of color and form.

ginkgo

Small Globe Thistle

Big Sky™ Harvest Moon Coneflower

Helictotrichon sempervirens/Blue oat grass. Zone 4. 1-1.5' tall x 1' wide. Early summer bloom (cream).