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Have you read any good books lately? http://xnxxhd.site/sitemaps/1.html waifs suo after I stopped at an unusual buddleia with slender magenta panicles, B lindleyana, several of which thrive here, introduced by Lady Sandwich, despite the garden being a frost pocket. Farther along, a rustic stone stairway has been charmingly infiltrated by pink Cyclamen hederifolium. The shrubberies on the slopes beyond, backed by Scots pines and beech, were set out for Lord Sandwich’s father by a garden designer called Colonel Vernon Daniell with the likes of camellias and variegated elaeagnus, as well as autumn-tinting berberis, cotoneaster and Japanese maples. They lead into the wilder grassy areas of the arboretum, where among the autumn highlights are a tower of copper from dawn redwood (Metasequoia) and a sprawling dome of orange-tinged gold from Persian ironwood (Parrotia). The flowering dogwood Cornus kousa var chinensis combines fiery leaves with pinky-red strawberry-like fruits, and Stewartia pseudocamellia with peeling chestnut bark. There is also a fine show of scarlet leaves from Acer palmatum ‘Osakazuki’ – one of the most reliable Japanese maples for autumn colour – and of pink berries from the Chinese rowan Sorbus hupehensis. Returning to the house, we passed a big coral-twigged Senkaki maple, Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’, glowing yellow, and a magnificent A griseum with flaking orange-brown and cinnamon bark – this will turn red a little later in the season.
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