Wildflower Meadow at Trentham Gardens

Coreopsis in a wildflower meadow at Trentham Gardens

Coreopsis flowers paint Trentham Garden’s wildflower meadow yellow even as the night draws in. There’s no such thing as a dull day with these around!

Shared for Cee’s Flower of the Day.

49 Replies to “Wildflower Meadow at Trentham Gardens”

  1. Beautiful meadow. A couple of our architects planted similar wildflowers in their yard. They were all flowering and looked beautiful. Then the city cited them for having weeds in their yard.

  2. I was so surprised to read that these are coreopsis! I thought maybe sunflowers or some such thing. I’ve never seen coreopsis look so imposing. The occasional blue or white makes them all the more vivid. And this is evening? Wow.

    1. Unlucky that ‘coreopsis’ doesn’t have the same bouncing rhythm as ‘daffodils’, or a latter day Wordsworth might immortalise a field like this.

  3. Stunning.

    Reminds me instantly of walking in the woods showing a carpet of bluebells (in Sussex back in 1978 when I worked in an area next to the village of Rudgewick).

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