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Caroline Cassell

This garden was a category winner (small gardens) in the Gardeners’ World gardens of the year competition in 2017. The owner, Caroline Cassell, is an active member of the National Garden Scheme and has been opening her garden to the public for a few years.


GAP Photos/Paul Debois/Caroline Cassell

Feature No:   3750 

Qty of Images:    91 


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It is a small site at the rear of a Victorian Terrace in Waltham Abbey, near Enfield. Every inch of space has been used and she freely admits to being a plantaholic. The garden is entered via a door to the side of the house, which takes you into a narrow passageway. This is crammed with hanging baskets and containers, mainly with summer bedding. You then enter the main part of the garden consists of a patio area with a wooden table, chairs and parasol. This is surrounded by more containers and baskets with bedding. Moving on, there is a small circular decorative path, with small perennial borders either side and a lawn with a small birch tree creating a shady area. There is another border and patio area with containers, both with shade tolerant plants. For a town garden, this is a busy space, with plenty to look at. It is a great example of what can be achieved with a little imagination and small budget.



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