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By rights, little should flourish in this enclosed, 15m by 8m, east-facing garden on heavy London clay.


GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   2962 

Qty of Images:    36 


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The owners however, have gradually improved the soil and discovered the plants that thrive. It is no coincidence that many of the plants are edibles, since Laura is a cookery writer, blogger ( and winner of the Fortnum & Mason Online Food Writer of the Year 2015 award. It's just three years ago since the original garden was ripped out and replaced with a design based on circles. Doors lead from the house onto a circular deck flanked by a raised, round bed filled with camomile. Stepping stones curve beside a border in which brassicas co-exist happily beside summer perennials, leading past a token lawn to a patio edged in borders of vegetables and fruit espaliers trained up the wall. Dotted throughout are pots of herbs and vegetables, whilst many of the plants are grown to attract bees and butterflies.



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