In 22 seasons, almost 580 gardens have been designed at the International Garden Festival in Chaumont sur Loire, France. The diversity and the high quality of the projects have contributed to the Festival’s international reputation, which has become a meeting place for displaying the work of a new generation of landscape gardeners, architects, designers or gardeners.
Autumn, time of warm and intense colors in nature and our gardens. It’s the time for red, gold and plenty of berries. This is a selection of plants that will make your garden even more ready for the great colors of autumn. Berberis thunbergii, red leaves and yellow golden flowers in spring and red berries… Lees meer Plants for great autumn colors
Waterperry gardens are steeped in history, with the famous, purely herbaceous border dating back to the 1930s when the indomitable Beatrix Havergal established her School of Horticulture for Ladies. While there are no formal plans for the garden from that time, her general planting principles are still followed today.Running more than 200 feet along the… Lees meer The Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire
Approximately six acres of garden with a long history of enthusiastic plantsmanship. Wander past herbaceous borders and lawns to discover a Secret Garden surrounded by Camellias that leads you past the vegetable garden into the Orchard and Bee garden. Broadleas House Gardens are planted with many unusual trees and shrubs. Azaleas, rhododendrons and magnolias. Herbaceous… Lees meer Broadleas House Gardens – Valley of Charm
The home consists of two main parts: The Tea House dates to the early 1900s and is not winterized; The Fox House, built in 2007, is winterized. During the construction of The Fox House, trees on the forest edge were damaged or removed, which left others in the interior vulnerable to wind.
After the form of the flower, seedbuds or afterlife of plants are most important and after this the texture of leaves and on the last place the color of the flowers. Structure is important in creating a succesful planting.
Garden Designers Tommaso del Buono & Paul Gazerwitz (del Buono Gazerwitz) and The Telegraph both had the daunting task to keep up the long tradition of being a Gold Medalist at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The design they made for this modern Italian Garden is inspired by the historical Italian garden, revisiting some of the… Lees meer The Telegraph Show Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show