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Autumn Flowers – Japanese Anemones

Autumn Flowers – Japanese Anemones

Autumn flowers are a welcome sight in any garden and provide a strong splash of colour as the days become greyer. Anemome x hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ is my favourite choice for the garden now and are looking fantastic in my Hitchin garden. It stands about a metre tall making a strong statement and has masses … Continue reading

Hellebores

Hellebores

Hellebores are probably my favourite winter flowering plant. Their large flowers come in a range of stunning colours and they look particularly good planted in groups. I had mine dotted all around the garden previously, but decided last year to move them and put them all together in my dampest and shadiest border in the … Continue reading