Just Berries

 In Anna Buxton, Blog, Plants in Season

You may think that your garden can be dull in the winter months, but as Anna’s pictures show, there is plenty of colour around. All of these images were taken in Anna’s Edinburgh garden at Redcroft.


Watching the blackbirds devour the red berries of Cotoneaster ‘Cornubia’ has made me look at what is left of the other berries.  Here are some recently taken photos. Unfortunately, the Sorbus ‘Pagoda’ is now stripped of berries.  Anna Buxton

Sorbus ‘Pink Pagoda’

Callicarpa bodinieri

Gaultheria mucronata ‘Bell’s Seedling’

Cotoneaster rehderi with Cotinus ‘Grace’

Pyracantha ‘Red Column’

Sorbus ‘Joseph Rock’

Cotoneaster ‘Rothchildianus’

If you would like some more inspiration for your garden in winter, pay a visit to the Caley Winter Border in Saughton Park in Edinburgh.  There is a plant to suit every space.

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