Miscanthus Grassland – Akiyoshidai Plateau, Japan









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  1. Yvonne Ryan says:

    Wow fabulous photos!!

  2. What striking, graceful shapes. I can see why grasses suddenly became popular..

  3. Beautiful! I love the line of movement in each of these!

  4. Cathy says:

    Those first and last photos are wonderful, Helen!

  5. Stunning, Helen. What a spectacular sight, has it tempted you to try one or two in your garden?

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Kate

      I have already got a couple in the garden, planted earlier this year. However, I find the monochromness (not sure thats a word) of grasses not really to my taste. I prefer a bit more variety and and texture

    2. This is definitely a case of what’s sauce for the goose … you have me smile! I love the winter pallets, calm ochres and graphites, of grasses combined with dried seed heads. Luckily, we, and our gardens, are all different ….

  6. There are a few reasons to why I love my job, I love being outdoors and I love creating a brilliant garden. But the main reason I got involved in the industry is because I just think that gardens and plants are beautiful. I took a trip a few years ago which lasted about 3 months longer then expected! I took a trip out to Japan so I could look into the gardens as I had always been interested. I loved it that much I extended my stay. I am also planning a visit to go again hopefully just after the new year!

Please feel free to leave comments as its always lovely to get feedback. I try to respond to comments as much as possible but sometimes life and work get in the way but I will do my best to respond especially if your comment is a question.

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