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Nigel Dunnett
Professor Nigel Dunnett is a Royal Horticultural Society Ambassador and Professor of Planting Design and Urban Horticulture at the University of Sheffield, is well known and respected in the world of Horticulture.

Wooden steps with insect and wildlife friendly log walls set within naturalistic borders planted with perennials. Designer Nigel Dunnett in his own garden in Yorkshire, July, 2018. A naturalistically planted country garden with wooden decked path through borders. A naturalistically planted country garden with wooden deck path, mixed borders and wildlife friendly log pile. Wooden steps in between naturalistic borders planted with perennials and ornamental grasses including foxgloves, mallow and Campanula lactiflora. Wooden steps with insect and wildlife friendly log walls set within naturalistic borders planted with perennials and ornamental grasses. Wooden steps with insect and wildlife friendly log walls set within naturalistic borders planted with perennials and ornamental grasses. An insect and wildlife friendly log wall within naturalistic borders planted with African daisies, foxgloves, Allium and Campanula lactiflora. Naturalistic borders of perennials and ornamental grasses with wildlife friendly log piles. Insect and wildlife friendly log walls within naturalistic borders planted with perennials. An insect and wildlife friendly log wall within naturalistic borders planted with foxgloves, elder and Campanula lactiflora. An insect and wildlife friendly log wall within naturalistic borders planted with foxgloves, alliums and catmint. Insect and wildlife friendly log walls within naturalistic borders planted with perennials.





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Highbridge House
The large country garden of Paul Nicholls OBE in Somerset with a dedicated rose garden.

The front lawn and entrance to Highbridge House at sunrise 11 x Champion National Hunt Trainer, Paul Nicholls in his garden in Somerset Grass path leading through the perennial borders with Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange', Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau', Stachys 'Hummelo', Sedum telephium 'Purple Emperor', Sanguisorba officinalis 'Tanna' and Geranium macrorrhizum 'Inwersen's Variety' Summerhouse overlooking the perennial borders with Verbena bonariensis in foreground Mown grass path winds between the perennial borders looking towards Highbridge House Malus 'Evereste' underplanted with Stachys 'Hummelo' and Verbena bonariensis Malus 'Evereste' underplanted with Echinachea purpurea 'Magnus', Liatris spicata 'Kobold', Nepeta 'Six Hills' Giant' and Sesleria autumnalis Mix of roses in raised beds  including 'L D Braithwaite', 'Darcy Bussell', 'Munstead Wood' Mix of Rosa 'Emily Bronte', 'Roald Dahl' and Claire Austin', clipped Buxus pyramids and underplanted with Santolina Standard Prunus lusitanica with standard roses behind, lawn lined with Lavender Tilia corda 'Winter Orange' underplanted with Sesleria autumnalis, Stachys officinalis 'Hummelo' and Geranium macrorrhizum 'Inwersen's Variety' Morning light on the Summerhouse with Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange', Stachys officinalis 'Hummelo' and Calamagrostis x acutifolia 'Karl Foerster' in the foreground Tilia corda 'Winter Orange' underplanted with Stachys officinalis 'Hummelo' and Geranium macrorrhizum 'Inwersen's Variety'





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Jack’s Jungle in Late Summer
A Subtropical Garden in Surrey - shot at the end of Summer August/September.

View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish. Jack Salway in his subtropical garden. Jack Salway in his subtropical garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish. View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish. View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.
View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.
View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.
View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.
View of garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate, which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.
Canna 'Orange Punch' in an exotic garden, with path leading to a decked seating area. View across exotic foliage to a decked area with wooden chairs. An exotic garden with decked area and wooden chairs. A path through a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley, with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish.





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The Warren
A lovely garden with informal planting tumbling down the cliffs into the sea at Kingswear, Devon.

Garden with informal planting, view of pool, house and sea Informal garden with a mix of perennials and annuals, views of house and sea Informal garden with a mix of perennials and annuals, view of pool and house Informal garden with a mix of perennials and annuals, view of pool, house and sea Informal planting on stone wall terraces, swimming pool beyond Informal planting on stone wall terraces, decked path to swimming pool beyond Informal planting on steep slope, swimming pool and countryside beyond Stone walling terraces on slope with perennial planting Decked path to swimming pool with stone wall terraces above filled with perennials Flower bed with swimming pool and steep terracing beyond View over swimming pool to stone terraces with cascading plants Garden on slope with flower bed in sun and shaded stone wall terrace and summerhouse
Summerhouse near stone wall surrounded by planting, flower bed in foreground





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Judy Bishop's Garden
A fabulous large garden in the Hampshire countryside with gorgeous planting by well known designer and plantsman Andy MacIndoe of Hilliers fame.

View over flower beds towards patio around house Woman sitting on patio reading with house behind View over beds to steps down to patio and house Raised pond on patio with mixed beds and trees beyond View from terrace over pond to large mixed borders rising up either side of steps Mixed bed with Acer palmatum 'Crimson Queen with Geranium 'Braveheart', blue Campanula and Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve' Steps leading up from terrace, mixed planting on slope includes: Phormium 'Bronze Baby' and Erigeron Sea Breeze' Sloping mixed bed, plants include: Geranium 'Braveheart, Acer palmatum 'Crimson Queen', Phormium 'Bronze Baby' and ornamental grasses Osteospermum 'Tresco Purple' with Phormium 'Bronze Baby' by pond Patio area next to house Sun room by the pond View from house and sun room towards countryside Summer beds either side of steps including Pittosporum 'Golf Ball', Phormium 'Jester', Nepeta 'Walkers Low'





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Jack’s Jungle
A Subtropical Garden in Surrey photographed in July.

View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish Jack Salway in his subtropical garden with Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer' View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish View down into a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish Path through a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish Path through a garden which is situated in a steep-sided valley or combe with its own sheltered microclimate which permits tender exotic plants to flourish





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Traditional Meets Contemporary
A six-acre plot overlooking the Leicestershire countryside featuring a contemporary lower garden and a restored walled garden.

View into the contemporary lower garden where two small oval lawns, and a sinuous path straddled by an oak pergola, are enclosed in prairie style borders of achilleas, sea hollies, catmint, aconites, campanulas, salvias, daylilies, grasses and verbenas. Dark-leaved cannas in pots. Bryan and Joanne Drew - Owners View into the contemporary lower garden where two small oval lawns, and a sinuous path straddled by an oak pergola, are enclosed in prairie style borders of Achilleas, Sea hollies, Catmint, Aconites, Campanulas, Salvias, Daylilies, Grasses and Verbenas View into the contemporary lower garden, past a summerhouse on a raised terrace towards prairie style borders planted to each side of a path View into the contemporary lower garden, past a summerhouse on a raised terrace towards prairie style borders planted to each side of a sinuous path View into the contemporary lower garden, over a rill of prairie style borders planted and a path straddled by an oak pergola. A Carlton Landscapes built rill flowing into a circular water feature is set into a sun style design created from laying slates on their sides. A rill water feature leading from a raised terrace A Carlton Landscapes built rill leading into the double circles in a sun style design created from laying slated on their sides. Contemporary lower garden with a small oval lawns, and a path straddled by an oak pergola, enclosed in prairie style borders of Achilleas, Sea hollies, Catmint, Aconites, Campanula lactiflora 'Pritchard's Variety', Salvias, Daylilies, Grasses, Cannas and Verbenas. A contemporary garden with a small oval lawn, and a path straddled by an oak pergola, enclosed in prairie style borders of Achilleas, Sea hollies, Catmint, Aconites, Campanulas, Salvias, Daylilies, grasses and Verbenas. Dark-leaved cannas and agapanthus in pots. A contemporary lower garden with a path leading beneath a pergola made up of eight standalone oak frames that frame views over the borders of Aconites, Daylilies, Dahlias, Geum, Sea hollies, Catmint, Campanulas, Salvias and Verbenas. A contemporary lower garden with a path leading beneath a pergola made up of eight standalone oak frames that frame views over the borders of Aconites, Daylilies, Dahlias, Geum, Sea hollies, Catmint, Campanulas, Salvias and Verbenas.





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A Garden Reborn
A contemporary style garden with planting that helps it blend in with the landscape.

A Georgian house seen along grassy paths between curving, prairie style herbaceous borders Karty Watson, glimpsed pushing a wheelbarrow down a grassy path, seen over a border of coneflowers with golden oats behind A Georgian house seen along grassy paths between curving, prairie style herbaceous borders A gravel and grass path passes between an avenue of ornamental pears, Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer', edged in borders of Stipa gigantea, heleniums, coneflowers and persicaria. A gravel and grass path passes between an avenue of ornamental pears, Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer', edged in borders of heleniums, coneflowers and persicaria, arriving at a mature Liquidambar. A grassy path leads between twin borders of miscanthus, red hot pokers, coneflowers and persicaria. A metal chair seen beneath a mature Liquidambar, a grassy path leads between twin borders of miscanthus, red hot pokers, coneflowers and persicaria. Glimpse over bullwort, catmint, coneflowers, alliums and sanguisorba to bench beneath Liquidambar tree. A bench rests in the shade beneath a Liquidambar tree. Beyond, the square garden with phlox and dahlias. Framed by an avenue of ornamental pears, Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer', a border of coneflowers, Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus', Stipa gigantea, heleniums and angelica. Flanked by ornamental pears, Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer', borders of coneflowers, Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus', Stipa giganteam heleniums and angelica. Seen over coneflowers, Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus', and Stipa gigantea, an inner curving bed of Russian sage, purple angelica, white agapanthus, geums and euphorbia. Seen over coneflowers, an inner curving bed planted with Stipa gigantea, Russian sage, purple angelica, white agapanthus and euphorbia.





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Chapelside Garden
An unusual garden near Keswick with dramatic borrowed landscapes including a view of the distinctive Tongue in the northern fells.

A pond surrounded by mounds of moss, Nympahaea zenkeri and sycamore trees. A view toward The Tongue in the northern fells at Chapelside, Mungrisdale, Penrith, Cumbria, UK Robin and Tricia Acland in their garden Autumn borders and lawn in front of the old farmhouse Ornamental grasses, seed heads and Asters in the gravel garden in front of the old farmhouse A pond surrounded by mounds of moss, Nympahaea zenkeri and autumn foliage on sycamore trees with view toward The Tongue in the northern fells A pond surrounded by mounds of moss, Nympahaea zenkeri and autumn foliage on sycamore trees with view toward The Tongue in the northern fells  Mounds of moss around a pond surrounded by autumn foliage on sycamore trees and a view of The Tongue on the northern fells A pond surrounded by mounds of moss, and autumn foliage with a view toward The Tongue in the northern fells Cotoneaster growing over a moss covered stone wall and autumn foliage on sycamore trees Cotoneaster and clematis growing on a moss covered stone wall surrounded by autumn foliage Contoneaster hedge, Mahonia japonica and Persicaria around a moss covered stone wall Cotoneaster, Ferns and Clematis growing around a moss covered stone wall Stephandra incisa, Acaena and Geranium foliage in the boulder garden





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Windy Hall
A unique hillside garden near Lake Windermere created over the past twenty years by owner/scientists Diane Hewitt and David Kinsman with woodland areas containing carpets of lush moss inspired by their trips to Japanese gardens.

Autumn colour on Azalea and Juniperus chinensis in the Alpine garden - Windy Hall, Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria, UK Diane Hewitt - owner and designer in her garden at Windy Hall David Kindman in his garden - Windy Hall Autumn colour on Azalea and Juniperus chinensis in the Alpine garden at Windy Hall Autumn colours of Acer palmatum and Taxus baccata in the Best Garden in front of the house at Windy Hall Clipped cubes of Taxus baccata and Acer palmata in the Best Garden at Windy Hall Cubes of clipped Taxus baccata, herbaceous borders and Acer palmatum at Windy Hall Graveled paths around cubes of clipped Taxus baccata, Acer palmatum and herbaceous plants at Windy Hall Autumn colour and clipped cubes of Taxus baccata surrounded by herbaceous plants Taxus baccata and herbaceous plants including Sarcococca, Philadephus and Chrysosplenium in a a stone grotto - Windy Hall A gravel garden with clipped cubes of Taxus baccata surrounded by herbaceous plants - Windy Hall Acer palmatum and ferns in the 'Best' Garden at Windy Hall A path winding through mounds of moss - Polytrichum formosa, in a woodland area at Windy Hall, Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria, UK





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