As the days begin to cool, a new wave of colour invades the garden. Clockwise from top left: Japanese maple, pin oak, azaleas, crepe myrtle. Colours glow as Japanese maples turn fiery red, crimson and gold. In cooler spots, pin oak will turn a brilliant scarlet and the orange leaves of the crepe myrtle make a last splash of colour...
A little bit about Daphne Perfume Princess Exquisitely scented, bursting with big blooms and a breeze to care for. It’s easy to see why Daphne Perfume Princess was crowned 2016’s Plant of the Year. You too can enjoy this award-winning plant, especially mid-winter to spring, when blush-pink flowers (later fading to white) fill the air with a heady, slightly citrus...
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