Category Archives: summer

Another plant genus that was loving my new border this past year was the Trilliums. I had ordered a few new ones from Kevock in 2013 and they all made it through their first winter! Trillium recurvatum was not that impressive yet and naturally Trillium rivale was quite small, as it should be. Trillium kurabayashii […]

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Last summer I visited Latvia with my favourite gardening society, Blomsterodlingens vänner. One of the highlights of the trip was seeing the splendidly restored Rundāle Palace and its fabulous gardens. The Rosarium was looking especially gorgeous during our visit. Latvia has a famous rose breeder in Dr. Dzidra Rieksta and seeing the Latvian hybrids at […]

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As Irises might just be my favorite plant genus, I just thought I could add a compilation gallery of the iris pictures I’ve published on this blog. I addition there a few new ones from this summer!

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I guess I have almost been ignoring my old double borders here on cameragardening.com. In real life I appreciate them very much and I like how (moderately) easy they are to manage now that they are mature. 15 years old it seems, at least according to the old photographs I have from the time the […]

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