White Veronica. Good for a mixed or herbaceous border They occur in a variety or places mainly across Europe.
Persicaria affinis 'Donald Lowndes'.
Persicaria affinis 'Donald Lowndes'. Produces spikes of pale pink flowers which become darker as they mature
A beautiful cosmos with a chocolatey scent
Small Hostas are excellent for rock gardens or containers.
Looking into the Remember me Garden
Looking through the copper architecture int the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity Remember Me Garden with Knipholia 'Noblis'
Wild flowers in the Rememeber me Garden signfying one of the stages of dementia
Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Dark Blue Back Bee' through glass
Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Dark Blue Back Bee' a pacfici hybrid perennial which bears compact spikes of purple flowers with contrasting eyes.
Geum 'Totally Tangerine'
Geum 'Totally Tangerine' flowers from late spring until autumn
Agapanthus and Dahlia from the Remember me Garden
Agapanthus 'Star Quality' and Dahlia 'Lemon Sherbet' it a mix of Blue and Yellow in the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Remember Me Garden
Agapanthus 'Snowy Owl'
Agapanthus 'Snowy Owl' beautiful white flowers produced in summer
Agapanthus they are good for cutting and are followed by decorative seed heads
Green Knipholia more commonly known as a Red Hot Poker. They are attractive to bees butterflies and where applicable hummingbirds
Geum 'Totally Tangerine' in The Live Garden
Geum 'Totally Tangerine' dead head regualarlt to encourage flowering in autumn
zenobia pulverulenta blue sky
Astrantia 'Hadspen Blood'
Astrantia 'Hadspen Blood' they thrive in woodland gardens, on a stream bank or in a moist border
Orange Echinacea and Verbena Bonariensis
Contrasting colours of Orange Echinacea and Verbena Bonariensis
Orange Rudbeckia most are good for cut flowers. They naturalise a meadow or woodland garden and will also grow in a border
Salvia and White Rudbeckia
Salvia and White Rudbeckia with grass blowing in the wind
Purple Rudbeckia with sun lighting the centre of it
Cleome will grow in a summer flower border or as a seaonal filler in a mixed or herbaceous border
Eryngium provide long lasting displays in borders. They may be dried for arrangements or cut the stems before the flowers are fully open
Seating in the Live Garden
Seating in the Live Garden at RHS Tatton Flower show
Basement Planting in The Live Garden at RHS Tatton Flower Show
Border in the Live Garden
Flower Border in The Live Garden at RHS Tatton
Metal Sculpture in the Crohns and Colitis garden at RHS Tatton Flower Shoq
Garielle Ash Green House Garden at The RHS Tatton Flower Show
Gabrielle Ash Green House Garden at The RHS Tatton Flower show
For the Love of it at The RHS Tatton Flower Show,
For the Love of it sculpture at The RHS Tatton Flower show
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens: Spinning the Silver Thread at The RHS Tatton Flower Show
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens: Spinning the Silver Thread at The RHS Tatton Flower show
Grass blowing in the wind
Agapanthus and grass
Agapanthus and grass blowing in the wind