|The layers of color in Gordon and Mary Hayward's Vermont garden would lend themselves well to the artist's brush.|
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We would love to have you join us! Here's a sample of some postings from just the last 24 hours.
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared The Beth Chatto Gardens's album.|
Pimpinella major 'Rosea' - one of our favourite umbellifers.
A close up of Pimpinella major 'Rosea'
|Just a sample of the incredible stonework of Dan Snow in the Berg garden, Walpole, New Hampshire. For more about Dan…www.dansnowstoneworks.com|
|Here's another shot of that Netpeta 'Walkers
Low' hedge from another angle. We like to layer hedges with different
foliage textures and then shape them in slightly different forms. In
addition to the low, flowering hedge of Nepeta, also visible in this
photo are hedges of boxwood, (Buxus 'Winter Gem'), yew (Taxus 'Hicksii')
and privet (Ligustrum amurense).|
|It's peony time at Juniper Hill as they line several paths, including this one that borders the Zen Garden.|
|Ladybird poppies (Papaver commutatum) really
light up a corner of Helen O'Donnell's Vermont garden. Papaver
commutatum was originally developed by William Thompson in 1876 from a
species introduced from Russia. William Thompson published his first
plant catalog in 1855 and went on to launch the Thompson and Morgan seed
company, which is still going strong today and still offering Ladybird
Poppy seeds: http://bit.ly/18ci8Nb.|
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared Restaurant "Le Temps Des Cerises" - Namur Belgium's photo. |
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared Plantswise by Tovah Martin's photo.|
To make amends for being off the screen, I'm going to bring you along with me to LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton, LI where I was this weekend. Prepare to be awed, because I certainly was transported. This is gardening at its best. Better still = go visit. You owe it to yourself. Where to begin?
|A grand entrance backed by some gorgeous trees!|
Photo via Tumblr
|Things are really popping in Len and Meredeth Allen's New Hampshire garden.|
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared Secret language of flower's photo.|
Heuchera 'Amethyst Mist'
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared France d'art et de lumière's photo.|
Les géraniums du Jardin du Luxembourg !
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared Ecossistemas - Gardens Centers photo.|
|Notes from Juniper Hill shared 武士〜Takeshi〜's photo.|
|A few stone steps invite you to explore this path through a woodland garden in New Hampshire.|
|The low hedge of Nepeta 'Walkers Low' is now in full flower at Juniper Hill.|
|Peonies and Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) are blooming along a path at Juniper Hill.|
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