Jude’s new challenge has begun, and much as I’ll miss her bench challenge, garden photography is something I love. The theme for January is Winter Gardens, not the easiest when so much is dormant in damp, grey England. She doesn’t mind if we use photos from our archives and luckily I have a few from a visit to Rosemoor a few years ago.
Every winter they have a sculpture exhibition with fascinating pieces displayed throughout the garden, Jude if you’ve never been in winter I recommend it.
Interesting bark like the Acer Griseum in the first photo, and bright golden bamboo adds an extra element when flowers are scarce.
Brightly coloured conifer is a bonus too.
Silver birch always glow beautifully, especially when planted in groups.
Rosemoor is an RHS garden, so of course they know what they’re doing, and good hard landscaping stands out in winter.
This summerhouse is a nice spot, for a bit of a sit down.
Aren’t these doves a delight, perfectly placed, they could almost be real.
This isn’t the first time I’ve posted about Rosemoor in Winter, but in case you’ve known me a long time, I’ve used different photos.