Category: Floral Roundabouts

Norwich Planter

I spotted this beautiful Sea Thrift grouping in a street planter near Norwich Castle the other day. I must say the City is doing great things with it’s roundabouts and street planting.

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We started our recent trip to the Hebrides and Northumberland in the port of Oban. We arrived in time to have a lovely lunch and a mooch around the town before boarding the ferry to the Isle of Mull. I was struck by this rather fine traffic island/roundabout with its formal bedding displays.

And there were other delightful floral displays to be seen around the harbour and on a bar front…more on our trip in due course!

Old School Gardener

I went into Norwich today, where I’ve seen several very nicely planted roundabouts in the past. This one was on my walking route, so here it is…

Old School Gardener


I’ve seen some super planting on traffic roudabouts recently, so I thought I’d start sharing some pictures of them. I saw this yesterday in Plymouth, Devon, featuring a wonderfully billowing composition of Dierama (‘Angels’ Fishing Rods’), and Stipa gigantea. I braved the traffic to get close up…



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