A follow-up to Monday's post showing a gorgeous Tamarisk holding center stage at London's
Chelsea Physic Garden. As gardening/blogging compatriot, Helen, aka Toronto Gardens recently pointed out, Tamarix ramosissima is considered to be an invasive plant.
I have vivid memories of seeing a beauty such as the one pictured here in a private garden in Provence a few years ago. Yet, as responsible stewards of our own bits of the earth, we must respect the fact that while we might be swayed to plant this tree, it would be a mistake to do so.
Perhaps you'd like to visit another London garden with nary a Tamarisk in sight!
For your pleasure ... a 1.5 acre rooftop landscape cultivated in the very heart of London's Kensington District!
Click on the link to the feature on Alice's Garden Travel Buzz: Kensington Roof Gardens