One afternoon, while walking through our ‘Woodland Garden’, I noticed that the contrast between the soft, almost dull texture of Brunnera ‘Looking Glass’, and the very shiny, glossy leaves of the Asarum was really particularly effective with the crisp white tulips, which were just emerging.
Note: Texture of Brunnera ‘Looking Glass’ with the smooth Asarum.
One of our favourites every spring, is Rhododendron ‘Ken Janeck’. It is not just beautiful when in bloom, but with Yakushimanum in its parentage, it is lovely all season. It begins with a hot pink bud which then begins to change to a light pink, and then ends up as a fresh white. The truss […]