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Foliage variations


Foliage variations (Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow')

Here's the first in a series of pictures I shall introduce over time showing the glories of foliage in all its forms in my garden. This picture uses a berberis as the focal point.



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Sid
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Gosh that's a good one isn't it. Very much underrated is Berberis me thinks.

18 Mar, 2008

 

Very nice colour. The one I've got is much darker, different variety I guess.

18 Mar, 2008

 

Berberis should make a comeback.Its not been mentioned very much over the last few years although it is a painful experience pruning it even when wearing gloves!!!

20 Mar, 2008

 

Some Berberis have relatively harmless thorns and others, with thorns two inches long are true demons! I've got both!

20 Mar, 2008

 

Omg Thorns "2" LONG Big Ouch :( make sure u take care Muddywellys

20 Mar, 2008

 

The B. thunbergii cultivars like this one have little thorns, steer clear of B julianae and stenophylla Jacque!

20 Mar, 2008

 

Simply gorgeous.......smiles

20 May, 2008



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This photo was taken at Winsford Walled Gardens.

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