We’re back again today with photos taken by Maria Savoskula of the Stockcross House garden where Istvan Dudas is part-time head gardener. Istvan has shared photos of his work with us before (Gardening as an Art Form). Check those out if you’ve missed them.
Yesterday we looked at photos taken in the garden over the summer, and today we’re back to enjoy some scenes from fall.
Fall flowers include yellow sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale, Zones 3–8), white Japanese anemones (Anemone hupehensis, Zones 5–9), and the small blue flowers of what looks to be Salvia uliginosa (Zones 6–10).
Ivy-leaved cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium, Zones 4–8) is dormant in summer and then blooms at the beginning of fall. The beautiful leaves patterned with silver will emerge shortly and last all winter before going dormant in the spring.
A perfectly dreamy plant combination of Mexican feather grass (Nassella tenuissima, Zones 7–10) and the purple flowers of what looks like Allium ‘Millenium’ (Zones 5–8).
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