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Great Comp Garden in Autumn

In the autumn, as nature prepares for the transition into the cooler months, a beautiful blend of hues, patterns, and scents comes to life. Among the stars of this season at Great Comp Garden are salvias and ornamental grasses.


Season:
Autumn


Credits:
GAP Photos/Joanna Kossak - Great Comp Garden


Feature No:   5254 

Qty of Images:    45 

 



 
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Synopsis
The planting layout and character of Great Comp garden as we know it today, are thanks to the contributions of Eric and Joy Cameron who moved to the beautiful 17th Century Manor House at 1957. Over the years they transformed the paddock land into a seven acre haven for plant enthusiasts. William Dyson, the current Curator has contributed hugely to the garden's reputation. He is leading Salvia expert, and has been growing and cultivating Salvias for over 20 years. A broad collection of ornamental grasses add movement and texture to the borders. Salvias, with their vibrant blooms and aromatic foliage, infuse the autumn landscape with bursts of colour and fragrance. William launched Salvia 'Love & Wishes' at Chelsea Flower Show in 2015 which came 3rd overall in Chelsea's Plant of The Year Competition 2015.

 

 

 
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