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Verdun, could have been Tangerine Dream, just googled it. It's got the height. It was a nice one and seemed to be seeding about.
Sorry about the snake, I couldn't find a great crested newt.
I hope you'll like it Verdun
Orange and purple -good shout. Live dangerously-blue and yellow's soooo last century
Verd...now now...inky purple and white with plenty of green , some grasses and large foliage plants...that's classy...
like Cyd Charisse.
Verdun, You can get orange Ranunculus and the Erisymum Apricot Twist is orange.
If we are still on G there is Gunnera. We saw lots along the streams in Cornwall in Trebah and the Lost Garden of Heligan. Magnificent, but probably too big for most of us!
I'd love to grow gunnera, it would look great by my pond but the water levels sink so much in a dry season it doesn't cope.
Nut C, I think the Geum like plant could be Trollius Golden Queen (not to be confused with Supermarketus Trollyus) It is 80cm tall.
Hi artjak, the flower was very geum looking and I think the area would have been too dry for a trollius. Can't remember where the garden was or I'd go and beg a piece, didn't think it would be that hard to track down or I'd have asked then.
H Verdun? OK
a nice one, honesty, the white variegated one
abnd a nasty, sorry. Honey fungus
My favourite Hellebores