Posted: 09/10/2016 at 20:37
My pleasure Richard - I've been lucky to have lived not too far from Bressingham for most of my life and have watched the gardens develop and go through several phases over the years. They really are looking very good at the moment
Lantana - the label by that plant says Fascicularia Bicolour - it's a bromeliad - think someone suggested it for someone's garden the other day ... can't think who it was but it was to replace a Clematis 'Avalanche' that wasn't happy in a sunny spot surrounded by paving ..........
Bressingham Nursery only sell to the trade online - the garden centre there was taken over by Wyevale when Alan Bloom died - but I couldn't come away without a plant could I? Would've been letting the side down a bit, wot?
My Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' in the new Sunny Bed is looking fantastic at the moment (next to Aster 'Little Carlow') so I couldn't resist a slightly smaller version Rudbeckia 'Little Gold Star' to carry that wonderful golden glow nearer to the front of the bed.