The Winter chill continues as we approach the end of July. Even though it's drab and a little miserable at times, the early morning and late afternoon light provides the perfect moment to capture fading autumnal hues. Regeneration is around the corner with the promise of Spring, yet it is good to celebrate the beauty of all seasons. We hope you enjoy our tribute to the Winter at Woodside Plants here in Gloucester, NSW.
Salvia 'Amistad' contrasting nicely with the autumnal tones of Panicum 'Autumn Glory'
The plumes of Pennisetum 'Red Buttons' still dancing throughout the Winter months.
Mystical light framed by Betula nigra with clipped clouds of Elaeagnus pungens and Juniperus 'Grey Owl' beneath.
Ghostly plumes of Panicum amarum.
The reliable autumnal tones of Pyrus 'Capital'.
Droplets on a wet wintery day are captured by Panicum 'Lama Rossa' resembling fairy lights.
A foggy and cold July morning with remnant dew on clouded Juniperus 'Grey Owl', Olea 'Piccolo' and Philyrea angustifolia.
Old flower heads of Agapanthus 'Minto' hanging on until the end!
The intriguing and incredibly hostile foliage of Acanthus sennii which contrasts with salmon red floral spires.
Winter hues of Miscanthus 'Adagio' with Quercus 'Pringreen' in the background.