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Forest Lodge in Late Spring
A three acre mature country garden open to the surrounding farmland and landscape, including a collection of fine ornamental trees, created by owner Lucy Nelson since 1998.

Gardener in a vegetable garden in May. Terraced rose garden in May with Allium 'Purple Sensation'. Terrace in a country garden in May with borders of yew pyramids. Formal terraced rose garden with lots of purple alliums in May. Formal terraced garden with circular pond in May. Formal terraced garden with circular pond in May. Formal terraced rose garden with circular pond and lots of Allium 'Purple Sensation' in May. Formal terraced garden with circular pond in May. Allium 'Purple Sensation' amongst roses in May Campanula portenschlagiana flowering on steps and walls in a country garden in May Campanula portenschlagiana colonising steps in May Campanula portenschlagiana colonising steps in May Campanula portenschlagiana colonising steps in May





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Contemporary Classic
This young garden is the brainchild of Patrick and Lois Bellew. Lois is a well-known textile artist and Patrick runs AtelierTen, an environmentally sustainable architects practice designed in 2018 in partnership with the garden designer, Fiona Harr

Patrick and Lois Bellew in their garden. A seventeenth century barn rebuilt in 1987, surrounded by a contemporary garden designed in 2018. A seventeenth century barn rebuilt in 1987, surrounded by a contemporary garden designed in 2018. A seventeenth century barn with a contemporary terrace and garden designed in 2018. A wooden walkway zig-zags through borders of phlomis, scabious, Iris 'Jane Phillips', euphorbia, golden oats, catmint, alliums, geums and a dwarf pine, Pinus sylvestris 'Waterei'. Terrace edged by borders planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums and geums. Rusted steel tank water feature. Terrace edged by borders planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums and geums. Rusted steel tank water feature. Terrace edged by borders planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums and geums. Rusted steel tank water feature. Border planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums, salvias and geums. Terrace edged by borders planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums, salvias and geums. Rusted steel tank water feature. Rusted steel tank water feature with central fountain, surrounded by border planted with scabious, golden oats, catmint, alliums and geums. Large boulders are set into stone chippings beside a border planted with catmint, geum and allium. Rusted steel tank water feature with central fountain, surrounded by border planted with irises, alliums and geums.





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Mothecombe House in Spring
A large spring garden in south Devon, filled with spring flowering bulbs and trees.

Old Magnolia trees in full bloom at Mothecombe House Gardens, Spring, Devon Meadow of naturalised daffodils in spring beneath trees with winding path Woodland walk between naturalised spring bulbs and mature camellia and rhododendron bushes Naturalised spring daffodils in a spring garden Rhododendron arboreum in country garden with classical urn near pond Free range chicken in naturalised bulb Meadow, in spring Meadow of naturalised narcissus, daffodils in spring beneath trees White Narcissus, daffodils in spring White daffodils in spring beneath Magnolia tree Naturalised spring daffodils flowering beneath magnolia stellata Naturalised spring bulbs beneath cherry trees Magnolia x soulangeana Magnolias in spring with primroses beneath





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Picton Winter Garden
The Picton Garden is famous for its autumn flowering daisies but it is also being developed into a world class winter garden.

The winding paths of the garden provides interest and a constantly changing perspective.  By leaving the grass untrimmed and the taller Cornus sanguinea adds structure and further interest The winding paths of the garden provides interest and a constantly changing perspective.  By leaving the grass untrimmed and the taller Cornus sanguinea adds structure and further interest The winding paths of the garden provides interest and a constantly changing perspective.  By leaving the grass untrimmed and the taller Cornus sanguinea adds structure and further interest Planting snowdrops around shrubs The winter garden with cornus, snowdrops and cyclamen showing what a colourful garden can be created in winter The winter garden with cornus, snowdrops and cyclamen showing what a colourful garden can be created in winter A winding path through the winter garden with snowdrops illuminating the beds. Snowdrops planted in a naturalistic setting beneath some colourful corpus stems. Cornus sanguinea 'Annie's Winter Orange and a pink bench adds bright contrasting colours to the garden. The winter garden with interest at all levels. Cornus sanguinea 'Annie's Winter Orange' and Abeliophyllum distitchum is white shrub underplanted with crocus, snowdrops and iris. The curved paths in the garden add interest and helps the eyes appreciate the gardens The curved paths in the garden add interest and helps the eyes appreciate the gardens





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Cow Close Cottage in North Yorkshire
Beautifully designed country garden on a sloping site with far reaching views into the surrounding landscape of North Yorkshire including lush borders, terracing and a delicious wildflower meadow.

Cow Close Cottage in North Yorkshire in July Path leading to the back door of Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July Linaria purpurea 'Canon Went' frames a path leading to the back door at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July Bench and table surrounded by troughs of plants at Cow Close Cottage in North Yorkshire in July A row of wire cloches below a window box at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire, in July View into the garden at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July Large terracotta container planted with Hosta 'Frances Williams' at Cow Close Cottage in July Hakonechloa macra edging a path in a July garden Hakonechloa macra framing a path in a July garden Path framed with Hakonechloa macra in a July garden Courtyard garden with dining area at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July Courtyard garden with dining area surrounded by pots and raised beds at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July Courtyard garden with dining area surrounded by plants in the garden at Cow Close Cottage, North Yorkshire in July





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Sue Newton's Garden in Cornwall
A medium sized garden packed with colour and many interesting plants, deep in Cornwall

Sue Newton, garden owner at her house in Cornwall Cornish stone barn conversion house surrounded with a summer garden Narrow vegetable border with sweetcorn, courgettes and cutting flowers, next to Cornish stone house Herbs growing alongside a house, next to a gravel path. Narrow shady side passage and patio alongside house with ferns and grasses. Gravel patio area with outdoor garden table and chairs, parasol and chiminea Gravel patio area with outdoor garden table and chairs, parasol and chiminea Gravel patio area with outdoor garden table and chairs, and parasol Chunky wooden arch built to separate vegetable garden from patio seating area Classical statue of a woman, hidden amongst deep perennial summer borders, in a country garden in Cornwall Deep perennial summer borders, with shading trees surrounding. Long central summer borders filled with mixed perennials in a walled kitchen garden Shady woodland area filled with ferns, in a walled garden





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Field Farm The Garden of The Cottage Herbery
A country garden in the Teme Valley, full of wonderful plants, created by Kim and Rob Hurst and located on the grounds of an old hop farm.

Couple standing by flower beds holding pot of Agastache 'Fleur' and a hoe View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with the vibrant red bed in the foreground, which planting includes Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Geum 'Totally Tangerine', Echinacea 'Cantaloupe' and Rudbeckia 'Cherokee Sunset'. View of the grassy path that divides the sweeping borders which are planted with Nassela tenuissima 'Pony Tails', Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Lychnis coronaria and Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with in the bed at the front, planting which includes Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and a pale lilac  Scabiosa atropurpurea self seeding, a grassy path leads to the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with in the bed at the front, planting which includes Echium vulgare, Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and a pale lilac seedling of Scabiosa atropurpurea self seeding, a grassy path leads to the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. The planting in the sweeping borders at the Cottage Herbery includes Foeniculum vulgare, Eryngium planum, Nassela tenuissima, Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Lychnis coronaria, Cynara cardunculus, Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant', Miscanthus sinensis and Veronica longifolia 'Schneeriensin', with further back the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. The grassy path is bordered with Nassela tenuissima 'Pony Tails', Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant, Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Lychnis coronaria and leads to the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. The planting in the sweeping borders at the Cottage Herbery includes Foeniculum vulgare, Eryngium planum, Nassela tenuissima, Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Lychnis coronaria, Cynara cardunculus, Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' with further back the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with the vibrant red bed in the foreground, which planting includes Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Geum 'Totally Tangerine', Echinacea 'Cantaloupe', Rudbeckia 'Cherokee Sunset' with a pale lilac seedling of Scabiosa atropurpurea self seeding. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with in the bed at the front, planting which includes Echium vulgare, Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and a pale lilac seedling of Scabiosa atropurpurea self seeding, further back on the left, clumps of Nassela tenuissima, a grassy path leads to the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with the vibrant red bed in the foreground, which planting includes Crocosmia 'Lucifer', Geum 'Totally Tangerine', Echinacea 'Cantaloupe' and Rudbeckia 'Cherokee Sunset' and further back we can see the derelict dutch barn and an old silo painted in black. View of the borders at the Cottage Herbery with in the bed at the front, planting which includes, Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and a pale lilac seedling of Scabiosa atropurpurea self seeding, further back, Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant', Veronica longifolia 'Schneeriensin', the foliage of Miscanthus sinensis, with in the distance, the derelict dutch barn which supports rambling roses. The grassy path is bordered on the left with, Nassela tenuissima 'Pony Tail', Crocosmia 'Lucifer' and Lychnis coronaria and on the right, Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'.





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Roses Galore
Michael Marriott and Rosie Irving, both passionate but very different gardeners, have created a garden in which there are areas of frothing flowers and cascading roses, whilst on the other there are oases of calm where simplicity and restraint reign.

Michael Marriott, rosarian, and Rosie Irving, a horticultural TV producer, in their garden. A late Victorian cottage provides a backdrop for a contemporary rill that descends the front garden, flanked by privet standards, Ligustrum delavayii, which are interspersed with low-growing clumps of Carex 'Ribbon Falls'. A contemporary rill descends the front garden, flanked by privet standards, Ligustrum delavayii, which are interspersed with low-growing clumps of Carex 'Ribbon Falls'. A contemporary rill descends the front garden, flanked by privet standards, Ligustrum delavayii, which are interspersed with low-growing clumps of Carex 'Ribbon Falls'. The back garden planted with informal borders of perennials leading up to a terrace where roses thrive. Views of the Shropshire Hills from the terrace, seen past orange Rosa 'Lady of Shalott'. A sheltered dining area is flanked by white peonies, red scabious, pink Rosa 'Olivia Rose Austin' and white 'Rambling Rector'. A sheltered dining area is flanked by white peonies, red scabious, pink Rosa 'Olivia Rose Austin' and white 'Rambling Rector'. View from the house down to the terrace where a bubbling bowl water feature is flanked by box balls, pots of violas, hardy geraniums, foxgloves and roses. On left, weeping standard rose 'Rambling Rector'. View from the house down to the terrace where a bubbling bowl water feature is flanked by box balls, pots of violas, hardy geraniums, foxgloves and roses. On left, weeping standard rose 'Rambling Rector'. View from the house down to the terrace where a bubbling bowl water feature is flanked by box balls, pots of violas, hardy geraniums, foxgloves and roses. On left, weeping standard rose 'Rambling Rector'. View from the house down to the terrace where a bubbling bowl water feature is flanked by box balls, pots of violas, hardy geraniums, foxgloves and roses. On left, weeping standard rose 'Rambling Rector'. A bubbling bowl water feature is flanked by box balls, pots of violas, hardy geraniums, foxgloves and roses. At the back, a  weeping standard 'Rambling Rector'.





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Mothecombe House - Summer
A bee friendly garden in south Devon, informal borders around a beautiful formal Queen Anne house.

Mothecombe House Gardens, summer.  View of the front of the Queen Ann house with white fenced garden and driveway Mothecombe House Gardens, summer.  A large Queen Ann House with a walled garden in south devon Mothecombe House Gardens, summer.  A large Queen Ann House with a walled garden in south devon Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion, Ammi majus and seed heads of Ox-Eye Daisy in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion, Ammi majus, Knautia macedonica, the Macedonian scabious and Knautia arvensis, Common Scabious and foxgove seed heads in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion, Ammi majus, Onopordum acanthium, Scotch Thistle and foxgove seed heads in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion, Ammi majus and foxgove seed heads in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion, Ammi majus and seed heads of Ox-Eye Daisy in mid summer Bee friendly garden with  Ammi majus, Knautia arvensis, Scabious, and foxgove seed heads in mid summer Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Campanula lactiflora 'Pritchard's Variety', Ammi majus, Onopordum acanthium, Scotch thistle and foxgove seed heads in mid summer.  Rows of Lavender behind. Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Campanula lactiflora 'Pritchard's Variety', Ammi majus, Onopordum acanthium, Scotch thistle and foxgove seed heads in mid summer.  Rows of Lavender behind. Bee friendly garden with rows of Lavender and Campanula lactiflora 'Pritchard's Variety', Ammi majus, Onopordum acanthium, Scotch thistle and foxgove seed heads in mid summer.  Rows of Lavender behind.





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Caervallack in Spring
Caervallack garden is a Romantic garden in the English tradition near the Helford River in west Cornwall, full of herbaceous borders, topiary and arranged into eight different garden rooms defined by mature yew hedges and ancient looking cob walls.

A couple beside a tin horse in their Cornish garden in spring Clipped box hedge and domes along the front of a farmhouse in spring Cornish farmhouse framed with clipped box in March Caervallack farmhouse framed with clipped box in March Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse in the garden at Caervallack in spring Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse in a country garden in spring Decorative tin horse Tin horse in a spring garden





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