Above you will see my bergenia patch - actually a little bigger than it needs to be but it's so darn low-maintenance and showy that I can't quite bear to dig any parts of it up! This garden area gets late afternoon sun. It also has:
- Leopard's bane's yellow daisy-shaped blooms on the left,
- feather reed grass (calamagrostis) Karl Foerster grass in the bottom corner,
- tufted hair grass (deschampsia cespitosa) above the bird bath.
Note that the bare spot in the top right is due to (another) spruce tree having been removed this last winter! The bareness will be rectified soon as I have planted two lilacs up there instead.
To see this garden area at other times of the year, click here.