Repeated use of purple Salvia ensures the overall look is unified.
Lupins, Alchemilla mollis, Stachys byzantina, Alliuims, Nepeta and Eremurus at Woburn Abbey Gardens
Wonderful herbaceous mixes in delightful colour schemes at Asthall Manor
Pond side planting at Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire, England, UK
A great example of drought tolerant plants providing a lush overall effect
A view through the arches at Queens' College, Cambridge, with petunias spilling over the window sills
Queens' College, Cambridge Mathematical Bridge with newly planted garden bed - purple and blue mix of salvias, geraniums, irises and
Iris and Salvia, Foxgloves and Eryngium at the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens
Dry creek border at Woburn Abbey
Eschscholtzia, Sisyrinchium and grasses at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Abundant plantings at Asthall Manor
Native orchids in an English meadow at Woburn Abbey
Cambridge University Botanic Garden Meadow - just stunning!