We have several Japanese Maples scattered throughout the garden but my favorite has to be Acer palmatum ‘Watnong’ because of the many beautiful color changes it goes through during the course of the season.
The Robinson crabapples are strutting their stuff at the east entrance to the garden. The line of four crabapples separate the entry path and the wildflower meadow to the left.
The appearance of apple blossoms is one of the surest signs that the gardening season is well underway. Over the past fifteen years we have added several new cultivars of crabapples here at Juniper Hill, which not only flower beautifully in the spring, but also make great all-around trees for the small garden.
Snow is falling here this morning in our corner of New Hampshire and it can add some real beauty to those plants that make up the garden's architecture or bones.Read More