Picton Gardens

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Garden Category: North Midlands

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  • The garden has evolved during several decades on the original site of Ernest Ballard’s Michaelmas Daisy nursery. There are many fine specimens of interesting trees and shrubs, creating a backdrop to thousands of herbaceous perennials. The garden is intensively planted with both traditional borders and areas of more modern, natural planting schemes. The main feature is the NCCPG Plant Heritage Collection of Autumn Flowering Asters. Also known as Michaelmas Daisies, these create a rich tapestry of colour through September and October. A wide range of other late season Herbaceous Perennials are grown with the Asters. Many of them bring colour from late July onwards. Vast borders house the National Collection of Aster (autumn flowering,) flowering in September and October. The garden has been featured on T.V. and in many national newspapers and quality magazines.

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