Garden Photos 2012

The Pond Vanishing Under Snow and Ice

The Front Garden as a Winter Wilderness

Moon Over Magnolia

Not a great picture, but interesting in a weird sort of way.

Tulipa tarda

Forget-Me-Nots: weedy but wonderful

Aurinia saxatilis

Dryopteris fiddleheads

Bluebells outside, geraniums (pelargoniums) still inside

Tree shadows and Zeke

Spring colour in the front garden

Brunnera “Looking Glass”

Epimedium “Frohnleiten”

One of the Better Iris Blooms This Year

Surprisingly Elegant Arugula Flowers

Spring foliage near the pond, esp. Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Album’

Peony Bloom and Rosa glauca Foliage

Front Garden Beds in Full Bloom

Lychnis chalcedonica clashing happily with L. coronaria

White Lychnis coronaria and unknown Euphorbia

Achillea “Moonlight,” Eryngium giganteum, a brown Carex and Dianthus foliage

Late summer bloom in the front garden

Colchicums, brown Carex and Euphorbia myrsinites

Fireweed (Epilobium) foliage in gorgeous decline

Echinops ritro

Apple and maple foliage blurred through a wet window

Main path in back garden

Mixed foliage and final blooms of Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)

Clematis flammula growing over an old lilac, with ferns, Corsican Hellebore and Smoke Bush

The New Garden Gate

The New Garden Gate

 

Maple Leaf and Mullein

Maple Leaf and Mullein

Surplus Leaves Waiting for Pickup

Surplus Leaves Waiting for Pickup

Drought Tolerant Perennials and Grasses

Drought Tolerant Perennials and Grasses

Winter Jasmine

Winter Jasmine

Flowering Currant Foliage

Flowering Currant Foliage

Cotoneaster Berries

Cotoneaster Berries

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