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Malverleys in Late Spring

Malverleys, is an Italianate Victorian house with a 10 acre garden and parkland located in the Hampshire countryside.


GAP Photos/Annaick Guitteny - Head Gardener: Mat Reese - Location Credit: Malverleys

Feature No:   4777 

Qty of Images:    54 


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Mat Reese has been its head gardener for the past 10 years and under his tenure, the garden has been radically transformed, with the creation of an English flower garden divided in a series of rooms. In late Spring, the structure of the terrace border is still prevalent, but it is peppered by the planting of bulbs such as alliums and late flowering tulips as well as early flowering perennials, especially the sculptural Ferula communis. In the walled garden, the Laburnum walk takes centre stage, the long racemes of bright yellow flowers, creating a magnificient display. It is then the turn of the cool and white garden to peak. The style is much wilder in the cool garden with Eryngium x zabelli ‘Big Blue’ echoing the tones of the large copper bowl water feature. In the white garden, annuals such as corncockles are intertwined with shrubs including Rosa ‘Penelope’.



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