While writing a previous post I stumbled on this blog created by eight employees of the Sissinghurst Castle Gardens in Kent England, part of the UK National Trust, which has been protecting historic green spaces since 1864.
The gardens contain Vita Sackville-West’s famous white garden.
The Sissinghurst gardners wrote that “…the concept of an actual white garden, or Vita’s ‘Grey garden’ was not properly conceived until 1939. This is when Vita imagines a garden full of white, silver and green plants…”
Their post got me thinking about what was blooming white in my own garden.