Is your garden looking tired? It’s true the vibrancy of June has gone but this doesn’t mean your garden needs to look boring this time of the year. There are plenty of plants to give you a bit of zing. Couple this with the lovely autumn light we’ve been getting and you have an irresistible combination.
In this more naturalistic garden colour is provided by the following plants:
Hosta sieboldiana, Cotinus Grace, Eupatorium Gateway and the grasses Calamagrostis Brachytricha & Calamagrostis Karl Foerster & Rudbeckia (as well as Prunus).
Working with Konia has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience. She doesn’t do everything for you, but instead, she involves you in the process and coaches you through the various steps, allowing you to gain knowledge along the way. The experience has awakened a new interest for me and provided me with an enjoyable hobby. After years of avoiding the garden, I now can’t stay out of mine! Jackie H., Garve
Save our local garden centres! Abriachan, Highland Liliums and Ardfern (to name a few) are all trading. The first two are doing deliveries, Ardfern can put your order in their car park for your collection. Enjoy your garden and keep safe!
Well we live in strange times – sometimes it feels like a bad film. As I’ll be less busy with work I’ve decided to really go for growing vegetables this year – a lot more than I normally do. I usually don’t have the time. Gardens can help us relax, push the rest of the world away for a few hours (I can really do with that just now) and they can feed us. I wish you strength and health to get through these difficult times.
here’s something to cheer you up with this miserable weather- as spring will come sometime!
The russet tones of winter can be enchanting in their own right – and if the plants are not cut back until spring this provides a habitat for the wee beasties too!