Showing posts from October, 2015

The roses of Denmark

Once again, I think the garden speaks for itself: not many comments from me are needed.

The King's Garden (Perennials) in Copenhagen

In the heart of Copenhagen, next to the museums, the botanic garden and the royal castle, the King and Queen have a garden for the enjoyment of the public. This blog is dedicated to the enormous herbaceous border (shown above) which I was lucky enough to see in peak early summer color on July1 this past summer. Most of the plants contained herein are garden classics--although scattered through with some unusual shrubs and perennials throughout: rather than drone on (as I so often do) I leave this garden to speak for itself: I hope you enjoy it a fraction as much as I did! (if you click on the images they will expand--and you can flow through more smoothly!)