Monday, September 14, 2015

Golders Hill Walled Garden

In Golders Hill park there is a wonderful Walled Garden that is one of  very ecological Victorian Walled gardens.
Its design unites a series of large planting areas of flower garden, exotic garden, patio and trellises, fountain with sculpture, that pass seamlessly through all Walled garden.



I liked the flower garden next to the garden bridge: it was colorful ornamental perennial planting, highly attractive to bees, butterflies and other insects because it was rich in nectar.



As I have evergreens in my garden I noticed the clipped evergreens that were taking center stage and linking the Mediterranean section of the Walled garden.



A view of the garden was stunning: trellises, columns entwined with roses, a mix of evergreen, hedging and trees which provide a framework for color of herbaceous planting, roses and grasses.


I've learned that the garden had previously been re-planted several times each year with annual bedding plants. I think these annual flower beds are beautiful now. And how could I not to sit there in shady place breathing fragrance of flowers.


Do you love the combination of herbs and perennials, roses, conifers? 
Are there in your garden several parts united by the same path?

25 comments:

  1. I want to sit there, and enjoy the rose fragrance!

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    1. Sure you would have a lot of pleasure, Endah!

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  2. It's a really beautiful garden. I love it.

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  3. What a gorgeous place and wonderful photos!
    There are some really good ideas made real in that garden.
    Thank you for sharing and have a lovely new week!

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  4. You show us so many beautiful pictures of this wonderful garden, I should have liked to be there too. Last photo with the brown benches and that stunning rose is lovely.

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    1. I loved this place too Janneke and I unwound there smelling the rose fragrance.

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  5. Nadezda,
    castle ruins have been refurbished.
    The plant, which show in a post that hawthorn.
    Its Latin name: Crataegus laevigata.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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    1. Oh, yes, it's hawthorn! Thank you Lucia!

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  6. Nadezda,
    This garden is beautiful.
    View of the garden is stunning.
    The true miracle plant.
    Your photos are excellent.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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    1. I'm glad you liked the garden and my photos!

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    2. Beautiful garden. I had to see it again!
      Greetings.

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  7. Hello Nadezda girl !
    You have captured the essence of this walled garden ... I love the combination of all the plants .. I plant herbs with climbing roses because I think they ward off a lot of insects (golden marjoram at the feet of my roses works well!)
    I have young cedar trees dotted through out the garden) but I would like to have some pine of spruce in mini me forms ...
    Loved the pictures girl ! I feel like I have visited this wonderful garden!
    Take care
    Joy : )

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    1. I think, Joy, evergreens look wonderful between perennials and roses. Moreover in winter they draw a sight on white background.

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  8. A beautiful garden to experience. Thank you for taking us on your adventure to this special place!

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  9. This is very beautful garden, Nadezda! I love English gardens and mixed borders. I try to move towards this style in my schemes.

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    1. So do I, Tistou, my experience visiting English garden I would like to see in my garden.

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  10. I love English walled gardens! This one is beautiful--thanks for sharing, Nadezda.

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  11. When I view places like the walled garden you posted today, I wish I had more space to create such a garden here. I can always dream. Jack

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    1. So do I, Jack. My garden is too small for such garden...

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  12. This is so typical of beautiful English planting, and I just love it. I am currently uncovering my own wall in the garden, taking off the vine covering it – so I can plant roses and other plants up against it. Having a tall wall in the garden is a great asset and helps to make a nice microclimate, one of many reasons why I took this house and I will make something similar to the garden you visited here in London – just on a much, much smaller scale!

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  13. Nadezda, is this garden in Russia or from your trip to Britain? I would love to sit on one of those benches and think and pray and enjoy the beauty. I noticed some nasturtiums by a bench in one photo. Those grow extremely well in Alaska!

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