Friday, November 14, 2008

Just a couple of days ago

Polygonum amplexicaule Pennisetum 'Hammeln'Miscanthus 'Neue Hybriden'Miscanthus 'Neue Hybriden'Cotoneaster horizontalis Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'Cotoneaster horizontalisBerberis koreanaLiquidambar styraciflua

4 comments:

James Golden said...

Thank you for showing areas of your garden rather than focusing on individual plants. I enjoy seeing the naturalness of your plant combinations and scenes. Also the mysterious feel of the dark areas contrasted with the light, and the effective use of backlighting. It all gives your garden a unique character with plants carefully chosen for their aesthetic characteristics, and similar and contrasting forms. What is the pine in the second photo?

Hortus Carmeli said...

Dear James, thank you very much for your note. I was happy to see you've been here. The pine is a Himalayan pine (Pinus wallichiana). On the second map of the garden you can also see a close photo of it (at the right side of the garden, to the right of the stairs).
Kata

marmee said...

your garden is very lovely and very lovingly cared for.

Hortus Carmeli said...

Dear Marmee, I have also visited your blog and I liked it very much. Thank you for your visit and for your warm comment!
Kata