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Garden border of Hydrangea Annabelle, Agapanthus, Salvia Mainacht and Echinops…

I feel I need to invest in Annabelle Hydrangeas, purely because of their name. Garden border of Hydrangea Annabelle with Agapanthus, Salvia 'Mainacht' and Echinops ritro (globe thistle) What a beautiful combination!

Perennial border with low flowering sages, Salvia nemerosa and Catmint

Perennial border with low flowering sages, Salvia nemerosa and Catmint Like the idea of more catmint like the 7 hills giant we have .easy border in ECG maybe?

Shade Border at the beginning of June    View from the first floor. The perennials are framed by Hydrangeas and Camellias. Among the hostas are 'Hadspen Blue', 'On Stage' (yellow), 'Francee' (white brim) and 'Revolution'. Various violets cover the ground. It's the rust of the iron that colours the water in the pond red, an effect that is intended.

Hydrangeas and Camellias. hostas: 'Hadspen Blue', 'On Stage' (yellow), 'Francee' (white brim) and 'Revolution'. violets cover the ground.