The display gardens at Bressingham inspire gardeners by showing how some of the company’s most popular plants can be grown in a rhythmic style of planting. Here, foliage plants, grasses, crocosmia, aster and eupatorium make lovely companions for pink echinaceas.
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What a beautiful river!
The garden was based around cultivars the breeder (Blooms of Bressingham) has introduced and popularised which had an interesting effect on its rhythms.
What a delightful array of flowers 🙂
I kept this one back because I didn’t feel I’d done it justice, but a year later, the broad expanse of planting and the colour combinations seemed to shine through.
So lovely to look at on a cold wet day here in New Zealand 🙂
It’s nice to be able to share seasons, isn’t it?
So nice. And seasons are wonderfully different in other countries too.
Lovely. And I have to second Leanne’s comment as another Kiwi.
I love to see your flowers in our winter, but have to say I feel a small shiver when your spring flowers start to appear. Although Autumn is probably my favourite season, I don’t ever wish it would hurry along – I’d like the long summer nights and the summer flowers to be with us for longer.
Autumn’s my favourite time too. And I do long for it during our summers, which are very humid.
Let’s hope it doesn’t need any dead-heading!
I always enjoy your beautiful photos Susan. Thanks!
It’s lovely to have people I can share them with.
Absolutely stunning 😍😍😍
I’m glad you liked it 🙂
Beautiful! It IS like a river, with the undulating flow. They are one of my favorite flowers.
My mom just gave me a pot of orange and red ones!! I had no idea they came in any other color. I hope the goldfinch love these, too.
I hope they will too. The orange ones are very striking and I’ve seen pale yellow ones too.
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