Nally Notes from the Field: Wild Color
Sarah Crichton is one of five 2016 Nally Interns. A native New Zealander, she came to the internship this spring after more than two decades as a journalist.
The Wild Garden hits its summer stride! In this snapshot from the southwest end of the space, Verbascum x hybridum ‘Banana Custard’ (the tall yellow spikes), Silene armeria, or Sweet William Catchfly (the hot pink flowers), Larkspur (the deep blue spikes) and Tanacetum, or Feverfew (the little white daisy) are in full bloom. Come visit!