More Photos of The Fells and Gardens

Asters in the main border.

View from the “Old Garden”.

View of Lake Sunapee from the garden.

A strange and beautiful mystery plant. I have emailed The Fells website asking about this plant, but have yet to hear from them.

The heather garden.

Rodgersia in a damp spot.

Fall alliums.

Published by talesofanashvillegardener

Professional gardener, Experimental Cook. Constant Reader

2 thoughts on “More Photos of The Fells and Gardens

  1. I’ll be interested to know what it is, too! And the picture above it – the leaves look the same but the flower or whatever that is is very different! Has the first one just not opened yet?? I’ve never seen anything like it. I wonder if the family collected plants.

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