Thursday, 29 November 2012

Plant ident 12/09/2012

1. Zinnia 'Red Spider'

2. Erigeron annuus (aka Fleabane)

3. Oenothera biennis

4. Dahlia 'Bishop of Llandaff'

5. Dahlia coccinea 'Lady Mary Keen's Form'

6. Verbena bonariensis

7. Erigeron karvinskianus



8. Impatiens balfourii

9. Molinia caerulea 'Transparent'

10. Eryngium pandanifolium 'Physic Purple'

11. Escallonia bifida (tall shrub, situated in the Exotic Garden, another one that drips with bees & butterflies)

12. Lychnis coronaria

13. Persicaria orientalis (aka Kiss Me Over The Garden Gate, avid self-sower)

14. Helianthus 'Lemon Queen'

15. Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'

16. Rudbeckia 'Kelvedon Star'

17. Tagetes cinnabar

18. Aster lateriflorus var. horizontalis (low shrub like habit - seems to shimmer and shift when there's an abundance of them, especially in the evening light)

19. Browellia americana (Jamaican forget-me-not)

20. Cotoneaster horizontalis

2 comments:

  1. Keeping up with the latest posts missing during the last busy month! ;P

    I never saw Eryngium pandanifolium 'Physic Purple' before! Seem very interesting! :) Where is it planted?

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    1. Yes it's a great plant - tall and structural - it can be found in the Long Border - right at the end away from the house next to the big tall dome of Ilex altaclerensis 'Golden King'.

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