A random selection of photographs from the UKGardening gallery.

Patio planter

Patio planter (Photo ref.: 328)

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Below is a very small, random selection of photographs I have taken over the last 20 years. To see a larger version of a photograph, click the image. You'll then be able to scroll left and right through the current selection.

Petunia

Petunia

Rubus (Blackberry, Bramble)

Rubus (Blackberry, Bramble)

Ladybird (Harlequin) - Harmonia axyridis

Ladybird (Harlequin) - Harmonia axyridis

<em>Pulmonaria officinalis</em> - Common lungwort, spotted dog, soldiers and sailors, Jerusalem cowslip

Pulmonaria officinalis - Common lungwort, spotted dog, soldiers and sailors, Jerusalem cowslip

Ladybird (Harlequin) - Harmonia axyridis

Ladybird (Harlequin) - Harmonia axyridis

Fremontodendron californicum 'California Glory' (California Flannel Bush)

Fremontodendron californicum 'California Glory' (California Flannel Bush)

Dryopteris lacera (Fern)

Dryopteris lacera (Fern)

<em>Ilex aquifolium</em> (Holly)

Ilex aquifolium (Holly)

Water spouts in the grounds of Cowley Manor

Water spouts in the grounds of Cowley Manor

Almond

Almond

Chaenomeles speciosa (Ornamental quince, japonica, Japanese quince)

Chaenomeles speciosa (Ornamental quince, japonica, Japanese quince)

Caltha palustris (Kingcup, Marsh marigold)

Caltha palustris (Kingcup, Marsh marigold)

Trifolium repens (Clover)

Trifolium repens (Clover)

Allium schoenoprasum (Chives)

Allium schoenoprasum (Chives)

Trifolium repens (Clover)

Trifolium repens (Clover)

Flesh fly <em>Sarcophaga nodosa</em>

Flesh fly Sarcophaga nodosa

The Katherine Parr garden, designed by Yvonne Mathews, it was awarded a Silver medal. As part of the Six Wives of Henry VIII show gardens at the 2009 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. It was a 'Mary' garden, a garden where each plant has a connection to the Virgin Mary.

The Katherine Parr garden, designed by Yvonne Mathews, it was awarded a Silver medal. As part of the Six Wives of Henry VIII show gardens at the 2009 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. It was a 'Mary' garden, a garden where each plant has a connection to the Virgin Mary.

Rhus typhina (Stag's Horn Sumach)

Rhus typhina (Stag's Horn Sumach)

Making leaf mould

Making leaf mould

<em>Dicentra spectabilis</em> (Bleeding heart, Dutchman's trousers)

Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding heart, Dutchman's trousers)

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