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Anna MariaAnna Maria wrote:18 July 2016
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    John Davies Landscape
    6 years ago

    Hi Annie, that's an easy one. The colour is London Clay by Farrow and Ball. Happy painting!

  • Bella Henry
    6 years ago

    Thanks John thats great. :)

John McGarryJohn McGarry wrote:26 February 2021
  • Jackie Cahoon
    2 years ago

    Hi John, what is the beautiful floaty grass here please? The taller, blueish one, thanks.

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    John Davies Landscape
    2 years ago

    That's Deschampsia cespitosa

Angela CubbonAngela Cubbon wrote:9 February 2021
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    2 years ago

    They look like Hornbeam

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    John Davies Landscape
    2 years ago

    They are indeed!

marialk1marialk1 wrote:7 May 2017
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    John Davies Landscape
    6 years ago

    Amelanchier lamarkii is the perfect small garden tree - ornamental, slow growing, small leaf, tolerant of shade. You might also try some of the smaller acer palmatums. Or something more unusual, Heptacodium micanoides. Remember that if you keep the crown of the tree quite tightly pruned you will also be effectively limiting the growth of the rootball - it's the same principle as bonsai. So you can even use species that want to grow larger but you would need to manage them.

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