Breezy Knees Gardens, York - September Perennials, 5th September, 2015

Breezy Knees is well named, I understand, as the gardeners who work the soil know well the cold winds that can blow over this glorious area of North Yorkshire. Anyway, these are some of the plants I particularly noted. I tend to use a digital camera instead of a notebook when I visit gardens. There are a reputed 6000 varieties on display at Breezy Knees. They were in prime condition on a warm September day.

Euonymus maximowiczianus
Monarda 'Scorpion'
"Leucanthemum "Sante"
Rudbeckia "Viette's Little Suzy"
Rudbeckia lacianata "Goldquelle"
Rudbeckia fulgida "City Garden"
Echinacea purpurea "Pica Bella"

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