This is the last visit to the smaller of our two gardens that we have been visiting throughout 2019, so please enjoy my report on Wildegoose Nursery and Garden which we visited on its last open day of the year. We spoke to Jack one of the owners who looked very glad that the season was ending and the nursery closing for another year. He and Laura and the twins were off on holiday the day after our visit.
The colours of the autumn flowers was so intensely beautiful and the light on the day of our visit enriched them further. The bright pink Persicaria amplexicaulis in a new cultivar to me, ‘Amethyst’.
There were signs of autumn to remind us of the season! Pumpkins and gourds, trees and shrubs showing unusual shades of pink-red.
In places the dying seedheads of perennials contrast beautifully with the autumn leaves on the shrubs.
I shall finish off this report of our visit with a gallery of my photos. As usual just click on the first photo and then navigate using the arrows.
For my next post in this series we will return to Bodnant, the bigger of our two gardens this year.