Various ramblings and musings on gardening, agriculture, food and related subjects.
NoelJust lovely.Not convinced about the crocodile structure thingy, but all the same, lovely.Is that giant hogweed I see? beautifull plant though some freak about it.I need to walk through there.
The Crocodile was on loan and is soon to walk away. The 'giant hogweed' is Angelica sachalinensis, i hope it self-seeds.
Looking good! I could only imagine exploring a garden such as that, especially on a cool day. There aren't many cool days here in the Southeastern US unfortunately, so I'm sure that many of those plants would be doomed around here. Still, your blog and latest book are an inspiration! Keep up the great work!
Really exciting planting - and lovely light effects too.I rather liked the crocodile!
Wonderful, billowing mounds of flowers; such a free and unstrained garden. You really live what you learn...
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