The winter garden in Suffolk

I have tidied up as much as I am going to before I need to start some serious reworking of the garden, and I am actually quite pleased. The garden is just starting its seventh year (where has the time gone?) and every year is more settled, although I am still changing, moving, and adjusting in some areas.

The front garden

Grasses and libertia in the front garden


SedumsThe back terrace

Cornus Flaviramea

4 thoughts on “The winter garden in Suffolk

    • Yes, I am quite pleased. The back terrace just needs thinning of anemones in the spring, and the front needs some playing with the grasses which are increasingly populating the garden. I am reducing to a few plants which ‘work’ and create interest and it still makes for an interesting garden.

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