It's been another great year at the practice for planting design but one of my favourite tasks is to dive into a couple of our larger gardens that we help develop, in the Autumn, and fine tune the schemes. Inevitably there are plants that can be split and areas that are underperforming can be assessed and adjusted. It is a constant process; tweaking the odd area helps to keep the garden looking fresh without disturbing the underlying structure.
Salvias and Foxgloves, this Spring.
Deschampsia and Eupatorium
Clerodendron- a personal favourite
A freshly planted scheme: Artemisia and Salvia.
An older scheme now reaching maturity. Love the Pittosporum Tom Thumb and the Tree Peonie.