Summer in Suffolk

The Suffolk garden, now in its fifth growing season, is slowly maturing.

William Shakespeare Rose, Calamagrostis Brachytricha, Alchemilla Mollis
William Shakespeare Rose, Calamagrostis Brachytricha, Alchemilla Mollis
Alchemilla Mollis, with lavender and Graham Thomas in the background
Alchemilla Mollis, with lavender and Graham Thomas in the background

And at the other side of the house –

Bergenias, Tellima Grandiflora, Japanese Anemones, Viburnum davidii, and Cornus Alba 'Elegantissima'
Bergenias, Tellima Grandiflora, Japanese Anemones, Viburnum davidii, and Cornus Alba ‘Elegantissima’

 

5 Comments

  1. wonderful garden. We have nearly the same flowers but the leaves are all eaten by the snails, unfortunately

    1. I am lucky that we do not appear to have a snail problem in Suffolk; London is another matter! I no longer cater for snail diet and only grow plants they leave alone!

      1. maybe you should breed vineyard snails, then you can eat them and you can kill two birds with a stone, hehe

      2. Snails are the one thing I cannot imagine eating!

      3. me not either. Some people have geese in their gardens because they eat snails.

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