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Display Gardens: A Wet Autumn Wednesday at Wisley

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Contribution from Jon Evans 14 October 2012, 22:07top / bottom of page
Colchicum agrippinum or bivonae (?)

They are familiar garden plants, nothing like as exotic as the brunsvigias, but what a fantastic show they put on, particularly when you remember the recent weather.

Colchicum agrippinum or bivonae (?)
Rivulet

Water was running everywhere in the garden; this isn't quite sharp (no tripod), but it gives you some idea of the potential.

Rivulet
Rudbeckia

A view of one of the new herbaceous borders that have been planted recently.

Rudbeckia
Pansies

The walk across the bottom of the long herbaceous borders was getting an autumn makeover. If you look carefully, you will see that many of these pansies haven't even been planted yet.

Pansies
Cyclamen hederifolium

The cyclamen under the big cedar (?) near the main entrance are always wonderul at this time of year.

Cyclamen hederifolium
Cosmos bipinnatus Purity

A quick walk up the long borders now, encouraged by the sunshine.

Cosmos bipinnatus Purity
Anemone Honorine Jobert
Anemone Honorine Jobert
Penstemon Alice Hindley
Penstemon Alice Hindley
Anemones and wine red Aster
Anemones and wine red Aster
Penstemon George Home
Penstemon George Home

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