Close-up of waterlilies in the main lake at Monet’s garden, Giverny. Unknown varieties – records of the plants in the garden were not as detailed as I normally find in UK gardens.
Category Archives: Garden Photography
The Long Border at Great Dixter, East Sussex. Originally the family home of Christopher Lloyd, it is one of the best known gardens in the UK. Great Dixter is managed by Fergus Garrett, who started working as Head Gardener under Christopher Lloyd in 1992.
Monet’s garden at Giverny, from a feature for SAGA Magazine. The main lake with waterlilies.
Monet’s garden at Giverny, from a feature for SAGA Magazine.
Polytunnel in the Walled Garden at Mells, Somerset. A test image taken at one of the photography workshop days I ran with photographer Jason Ingram for the Royal Photographic Society.
Portfolio shots – abstract view of pink tulips on a white background.
Looking forward to brighter, warmer weather! Some of the beautiful gardens from the BBC Gardeners’ World ‘Gardens of the Year 2017’, taken through July and August 2017.
Fritillaria meleagris or Snakeshead fritillary. Three colour gum bichromate print on watercolour paper.
Raul Conde Vila, tree expert at Wisley, standing next to a Giant Redwood. This shows the scale of the tree, which measures over 5 metres around the base, indicating an age of approximately 100 years. The lower photo is a Metasequoia glyptostroboides or Dawn redwood. A prehistoric tree thought extinct, but discovered growing in China in 1943. Currently classified as endangered.
Nice to see one of my shots from last Christmas on the poster for the RHS Wisley Christmas Glow 2017 display.