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Sunday
Jan222012

The Eveready Bunny is a Pink Garden in Devon. 

Here is an example of a pink garden that keeps on giving and giving. This photo essay from Holbrook Garden in Devon, U.K underscores that, in temperate and colder climates, pink is one of the most enduring colors in the garden.

The pink gardens of Holbrook in June

The pink garden in July

August flowers in the pink garden

September blooms in the pink garden

The last hurrah of pink in October

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Reader Comments (2)

I love pink in the garden but I am afraid that lately with our very hot summers it doesn't last long. I have noticed that pink phlox does take the heat.

Eileen

January 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGatsbys Gardens

Eileen,
The new [and more disciplined] pink Mammoth chrysanthemums also have potential.

January 23, 2012 | Registered CommenterAllan

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