Perch Hill, Late Summer

A little trip down to Sarah Raven’s Perch Hill. The planting is really interesting, unusual mixtures and colour combinations. It’s always inspiring. It was quite a windy day so hard to take many decent shots. The best bit was a combination of mini lobata and tall grasses en masse over a long arch, but they wouldn’t stay still. If you can name any of “unknowns” let me know.

There was quite a good cornfield en route. I promise I haven’t pasted in the crows. They were really there! When I was a kid we used to build houses out of ‘square’ bales (actually small moveable rectangles), so I always appreciate a straw bale :).


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