18 June 2013
The gardens are filling up with lush green foliage as the start of the summer flowering season begins. The fire road is looking particularly chirpy, with Osteospermums, Grasses, Armeria, Echiums and Agrostemma bobbing around in the wind (See picture). The bearded Irises in all of Trinity Halls gardens are looking bold and bright (See cover picture). Shrub roses and climbing roses are thriving. Ones of particular note are the Rosa moyesii 'Geranium' found in Wychfield, Round Court, with its pillar box red single blooms. Rosa 'Alberic Barbier' can be found at the entrance to the Fellows Garden, clambering over the wall, smothered in semi double cream flowers. With lots more roses to come, keep your eyes peeled!