Bishop Peter Price


Bishop of Oxford


14 Comments CherryPie on Aug 23rd 2016

14 Responses to “A Bishop or Two”

  1. lisl says:

    I guess these are popular plants in Anglican gardens, Cherie!

  2. Ginnie says:

    A nice play on words, then, Cherry???

  3. Alan says:

    Good to see the flowers named after various Bishops. You’d have to be careful when naming any prickly flowers ;)

  4. Lovely. What is the collective noun for bishops?

  5. wiggia says:

    These are Dahlias, part of a strain that have Bishop as the series name, and Bishop of Llandaff is the best known…

    it became very popular during a fad for dark ‘black’ leaved plants some years ago and still sells well , but in reality the attraction is nothing without the flowers and the black foliage is never easy to place well in a garden as it simply has limited appeal outside that it is unusual, but that is fashion in gardening for you.

  6. james higham says:

    Without Wiggia here, me no comprended.

  7. ....peter:) says:

    you have such beautiful flowered in this presentation Cherie…
    it looks like the Bishops names were written with chalk…
    would you please correct the one that should be “Bishop Peter Meilleur” ha ha!!!