A floral fantasy at Trentham Gardens with Japanese anemones in the foreground and the last few lingering blooms on hollyhocks spires waving in the background. The yellow plant spilling out of the tall obelisk is verbascum.
The second Japanese anemone is holding pretty, pink backed flowers, buds and seed heads above mottled foliage, giving an end-of-summer feel.
Shared for Cee’s Flower of the Day.
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I love this
The hollyhocks look like they are pretending to be Japanese anemones… and doing a good job of it!
Lovely autumn bouquets
I was alarmed at how early mine started to flower this year as I associate them with autumn too.
One of my favourite gardens – gorgeous photos
I haven’t managed to get there this year (sigh)
Nor me 😦 Still time to try and put that right, I’m lucky as it isn’t too far from us!
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