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Wild Thyme Cottage

Come autumn, and Ray and Michele Blundell’s garden becomes more colourful by the day as scores of acers take on their seasonal guise, and smouldering tones eclipse cool greens.


Staffordshire, UK

GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   4184 

Qty of Images:    79 


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‘I’m not sure what started my fascination with acers, except that I have always preferred shrubs and trees to just flowers which are, at best, transient,’ explains Ray. ‘Also, I am a painter, and that artistic streak comes out in gardening, trying to create pictures, and recognising what looks right.’ Of course, he concedes, mistakes are made along the way as plants let it be known when they are unhappy. ‘But that’s the whole point of gardening — it has no finite end, and forever keeps you interested and engaged.’



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