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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Sissinghurst. Part 3

This is the second batch of the Sissinghurst Rose Garden's pictures. First part is here: Sissinghurst. Part 2












Eupatorium cannabinum  Flora Plena

Geranium psilostemon




















Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'





Penstemon 'Alice Hindley'







Clematis 'Asao'



Gallica G 'Gloire De France'



Iris 'Shannopin'


Behind the Rose Garden (the bench around the oak added in 1971)

Clematis 'Mrs.Cholmondeley'

In the next post - Sissinghurst's Cottage Garden

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14 comments:

  1. Brick. Walkways, buildings. Hedges.
    Love them all !!!

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  2. All those brick walls. Especially that semicircular one. And the moss. Great photos, well done. Thanks so much for sharing them.

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    1. Alison, thank you! With that moss, I felt myself at home there!

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  3. Next best thing to being there. Thank you.

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    1. I'm happy that you liked it, Ricky!

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  4. Piękny i zadbany ogród. Zapachniało mi też bzem. Pozdrawiam.
    A beautiful and well-kept garden. I also smelled of lilacs. Yours.

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  5. Lovely! Your posts are the next best thing to being there myself. Those clouds look pretty ominous--hope you didn't get drenched!

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    1. Thank you Rose! I got my shoes damp!

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  6. Lovely shots of Sissinghurst- one of my favourite gardens. I am going there next month. It looks as if it was a wet day, I like the rain soaked shots they are so atmospheric. Your Penstemon Alice Hindley is actually Hesperis matronalis or Sweet Rocket which has a beautiful fragrance, specially in the evenings.
    A lovely post I am just off to look at the rest of your blog.

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    1. chloris, I am jealous - I would love to see this garden in June! Actually, in July, August, September too! Please, take a lot of pictures!
      I appreciate you noticing my wrong label! It looks like I skipped the picture of the P. green growth. I corrected it. It will bloom probably in July. Have a wonderful trip to Sissinghurst!

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  7. This is why I love watching British mysteries......get to see all those gorgeous gardens! Lovely pictures. Happy to see they also like foxtail lilies.

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