As I said previously, the Coutts Centre gardens need to be broken down into months so you aren't overwhelmed with images! That said, this is a pretty big one because, as gardeners know, July is probably the peak month for gardens.
The property is more than gardens. It's a wonderful stroll: past flower beds like the Jelly Bean bed, through the rose garden and the lily garden, along an elm allee, up hills and down, to a marsh land and under a trellis covered in clematis, in and out, a bench swing to rest on while listening to the birds and the bees, secret paths in still woods, into the herb garden and a stop at the vegetable patch, don't want to miss the poppy garden or the medicine wheel, up to the house for the hollyhock bed, in one gate and out the other of the peony garden, a pause to reflect in the bench garden. There's grass plots and a sedge circle too. Oh and you don't want to miss the sunflower bed. So much to see, so much to enjoy.
C.J. Bennington Fine Art Photography