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June to July

 

The light becomes stronger at this time of year and the colours likewise are more vibrant.   There is so much to see - particularly roses and an increasing number of border plants - achilleas, aconitums, delphiniums, galega, herbaceous clematis, thalictrums, salvias, foxgloves and many more.   We have roses everywhere - in borders, as specimen plantings, up and over walls, up trees and, of course in the Rose Garden, the Rose Bank and the Rose Walk.  For those seeking shade on hot days, there are seats from where the quieter and calmer parts of the garden can also be enjoyed.

Achillea 'Moonshine' and Salvia 'May Night'
Achillea 'Moonshine' and Salvia 'May Night'
Rosa 'Seven Sisters' & Euphorbia on the Terrace
Rosa 'Seven Sisters' & Euphorbia on the Terrace
Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt'
Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt'
Delphinium finsteraarhorn
Delphinium finsteraarhorn
Roses, Geraniums and Foxgloves on the Rose Bank
Roses, Geraniums and Foxgloves on the Rose Bank
Lupins, Galega, Helenium & Salvia in the Blue and Yellow Border
Lupins, Galega, Helenium & Salvia in the Blue and Yellow Border
Rosa 'Seven Sisters' & Clematis 'Mme Julia Correvon'
Rosa 'Seven Sisters' & Clematis 'Mme Julia Correvon'
Paeonies & Sambucus in the Dells
Paeonies & Sambucus in the Dells
Rosa 'Rosy Cushion' with Rose Bank in background
Rosa 'Rosy Cushion' with Rose Bank in background
Papaver 'Beauty of Livermere'
Papaver 'Beauty of Livermere'
Campanula lactiflora in the Rose Garden
Campanula lactiflora in the Rose Garden