Early Autumn, October The Garden magazine, October Last Day of Summer Sunrise on the last day of summer, August 31st, Barnes Courtyard Development Part of a development on a residential housing association estate that I was commissioned to photograph by the landscape architect in charge.
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Early Morning in Late Summer A bench and planting photographed early on an August morning, just after sunrise. May Spring in the Park Fresh green leaves against a bright blue sky in Spring. The English Garden, May Winter, January Spring, 15th March The Lakeside Rockery Various irises, narcissus and hellebores planted in the rockery around the lake, along with anenome blanda.
Location: Ellerker House, Everingham, Yorkshire. Winter, February Ellicar Hellebores Hellebores at Ellicar Gardens. Location: Nottinghamshire, UK. Snowdrop Shower Snowdrops at Elsham Gardens. Setting of the Sun through Pleached Limes The setting sun through pleached lime trees in rural Lincolnshire. Morning on the Terrace Early morning mist and sunshine at the Terrace Garden.
Autumnal Leaves Colourful leaves on an Autumn morning, October Summer, August Location: Saxby, Lincolnshire, UK. Evening at Ellerker Manor Evening in the wildflower garden in Spring.
Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK. Ellerker Manor Evening in the wildflower garden in Spring. Location: Stratford-upon-Avon, UK. Backlit Cowslips Portrait shot of Cowslips on a lovely spring day in April. Lower Pond Footpath around the Lower Pond on a winter morning in Blossom Blossom against a blue sky at the end of February. Snowdrops Snowdrops in woodland on a winter morning in February Snowdrops on a winter morning Snowdrops in a bed of fallen leaves in February. Winter Walk The Winter Walk after snowfall and before the garden opened to the public.
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Location: East Yorkshire, UK. Gunby Guidebook Earlier in I was commissioned by the National Trust to supply some new shots of the hall and gardens at Gunby. Location: Gunby, Lincolnshire, UK. Misty Autumn Morning Beech trees on a lovely misty Autumn morning in my local park.
Evening on the Terrace The Terrace at Brightwater Gardens, photographed late in the day towards the sun. Location: Nerul, Goa, India. Morning at Lakeside Early morning mist swirls around the Lake as the sun rises. Private commission.
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Location: Louth, Lincolnshire. The Court Laburnum and Wisteria at the side of a tennis court in a private garden. Location: Hessle, Yorkshire, UK. Aquilegia vulgaris Spring flowers in a sunken garden. Evening light in the park. A woodland path in a local park photographed in spring. The Upper Pond. A spring morning in May Location: Goltho Gardens, Lincolnshire. Cowslips Portrait shot of Cowslips on a lovely spring day in April.
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If you are concerned about a delivery, please contact the publisher of your subscription directly. Be inspired, by our beautifully illustrated features covering plant and flower groups, both home grown and exotic, and take a sneak peek into some of the most beautiful private gardens around the country. THE garden is slowly starting to turn in on itself and die back for another year. While many plants are still thriving nerines and dahlias are in their autumnal element more soft-stemmed tender perennials will not be taking kindly to the colder, damper weather.
Half-hardy pelargoniums, gazanias, chocolate cosmos and tuberous begonias should all be lifted before night temperatures fall below freezing. Pot them up, cut them back and store in a greenhouse or cool room.
Lift, dry and store gladioli corms in sandy compost before the first frosts and place them somewhere frost-free a greenhouse or porch is deal. Cannas can be cut back when their top growth has shriveled, and…. EVEN the milder areas of the UK get too cold and waterlogged for most tender perennials to survive, so you need to lift and store them somewhere frost-free.
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