On a frankly grim, cloud-ridden day, a handful of gardeners tagged along with the Hidcote volunteers day trip to Savill Garden in Windsor (a short drive from the castle). The weather was depressing but the plants certainly were not, and an enjoyable day was had by all!
|Cleome spinosa ‘Pink Queen’, interspersed with just enough V. bon to set the old pulse racing!|
|Achillea millefolium ‘Peggy Sue’ leading to Kniphofia uvaria ‘Maxima’|
|Delightfully soft hues in the Golden Jubilee Garden|
|Pleasing pot display with Guara ‘Rosy Hardy’ twinkling like fairy lights behind|
|Coreopsis rosea ‘Heaven’s Gate’ quite at home with Geranium ‘Patricia’|
|This chap is also quite suitable for the border|