Looking for something a little different in an Agapanthus? How about “Windsor Grey” a deciduous type with this beautiful siliver-white flower.
I have been so pleased with our Dahlias this year, it has been the first year we have grown them and they have looked fantastic. Our customers here at Cramden Nursery have enjoyed them too, so we shall defiantly be growing more of them next year. They are very popular with the bees too, here…
Here is “Indigo Dream” Agapanthus, we look forward to growing this at Cramden Nursery next year, I think the colour is just fantastic.
The Lavender bed we planted last year here at Cramden Nursery is looking fantastic this summer. The Bees are showing us their appreciation and are devotedly working through each flower. There is a wonderful sound of happy bees at work buzzing through the air.
Had a great day in the New Forest at Fairweathers open day.Their Agapanthus trial beds are looking great and they have some great new varities for us next season.
Wow all this sunshine is just great for our Dahlias here at Cramden Nursery. Here is Mystic “Dreamer” glowing in the sunshine. I think it looks gorgess in this terracota pot.
I have found my perfect wall paper at Ball Colegrave show gardens! Ivy leaf Pelargoniums of course.
Sometimes natures just throws up something a little bit special. Our Agapanthus Africanus Blue has decieded to reward us with this extra large flower.
Here is our much admired Rogue Regal Pelargonium. With her 2 tone rich, large, red flowers you can see why she gets all the attention!
It almost looks like the Dahlias are trying to climb out of our roadside wheel barrow!