Buxus Parterres

Buxus Parterres: mid-summer colour at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. 05 Feb 2022. The parterres and colour beds were looking magnificent!

Between the parterres and the public pathway are the colour beds – in this first photo you can see (from right – left) the red, yellow and purple/mauve colour beds. Click on any photo below to enlarge.

A white colour bed is beyond the parterre and on the other side of the pathway is the long border.

Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)
keywords: topiary, buxus, box hedges,

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      1. Well, that page was lovely, but it used ‘parterre’ multiple times without defining it, so I went off to the dictionary and found it defined as “a level space in a garden or yard occupied by an ornamental arrangement of flower beds.” OK, then!

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