Over at Kew Gardens, there is always something to enjoy afresh, or anew. Grasses apparently cover around 20% of our planet, but there is no element of boredom when you admire the Grass Garden that houses over 550 examples.
Now until winter is a great time to revel in this section of Kew, as the plants flaunt their feathery seedheads, frolic in the wind and dress up in their autumn colours.
The Grass Garden is in the north-eastern corner of the gardens (map here) close to both the Victoria Gate and Elizabeth Gate. I also strongly recommend a stroll across to the Hive – stunning at any time in any light.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 25 September 2016
Part of B&W Sunday