Gardens - Featured Gardens

A thriving wildflower meadow

Judith Adam
Photography by
Donna Griffith

This field of plenty is a sweet reward for Yvonne Cunnington's passion and perseverance


Under a setting moon, mixed perennial wild­flowers grow shoulder-to-shoulder, providing the density that helps prevent weed invasion.

As seasons pass, some species may repro­duce better than others, producing a dispro­portionate number of new seedlings in the same colour. The palette can be rebalanced by interplanting more of a desired plant, or an entirely new wildflower colour into the mix.

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