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Arundel Castle in Late Spring

The garden of Arundel Castle in West Sussex bursts into life in late spring when the stumpery is the star of the show, and alliums are flowering here, there and everywhere.


GAP Photos/Carole Drake - Arundel Castle Trust

Feature No:   4799 

Qty of Images:    97 


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Created in 2014 by visionary head gardener Martin Duncan and his talented team, Arundel's stumpery is an intensely gardened corner of the walled garden, with the Gothic revival facade of the town's cathedral as a spectacular backdrop. Full of vivid colour and irresistible texture, in May it erupts with purples, pinks, blues and acid greens as flowers, leaves, tendrils and fronds weave themselves in and around a scaffolding of upturned roots, bleached and noble as the remains of horned beasts. Elsewhere the Collector Earl's Garden is starting to wake, where green oak structures designed by Isabel and Julian Bannerman are clothed with clipped hornbeam and luscious sub-tropical planting.



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