May Jack Frost always tease your Teasels. Ornamental Grasses in the Peacock Garden at Great Dixter, Northiam with Teasels, Miscanthus Sinensis Malepartus, Verbascum, Aster Lateriflorus Horizontalis and Persicaria Vaccinifolium
'My Prairie Garden'; By Rosanna Castrini - The beautiful and winning formula of Ammi majus, Hordeum jubatum and Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' - Overall Winner: Photo from the International Garden Photographer of the Year 2014 Competition - Kew Galleries
Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke) is one of the most stunning and longest lasting prairie perennials, with unmistakable feathery silver and pink seedheads in mid-spring. It is a soft, hairy plant growing typically to 16 tall with fern-like leaves.
Tom Stuart-Smith's exotic meadow in bloom. Plants growing in the grounds include Dianthus carthusianorum, Echinacea paradoxa, Penstemon cobaea and Penstemon barbatus subsp.
The overall winner of the IGPOTY Award 7 is Italian garden designer Rosanna Castrini, for her entry My Prairie Garden – pictured above – which also won her first place in the Beauty of Plants category. 12937_Castrini_RGB