August 28th Flowers

There’s a sweet sort of melancholia that hangs around in the last week of August; when the crabapples turn rosy, and conkers begin to fall, summer holidays are packed away, and pencils are sharpened. It’s a week of endings and beginnings, a slow unfolding, a bending, warping, crumpling of one season into the next.


  • Larkspur ‘White King’.
  • Ammi Visnaga ‘Casablanca’.
  • White Yarrow.
  • Phlox ‘Creme Brûlée.
  • Crabapple Branches.
  • Chinese Aster ‘Tower Chamois Apricot’.
  • Cosmos ‘Apricot Lemonade’.
  • Sunflower ‘Italian White’.

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