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Ouldolf Field in autumn

An excursion to the Hauser and Wirth art gallery in Bruton, Somerset with gardens designed by Piet Ouldolf has long been top of my wish list. 1,357 more words

Hauser And Wirth

A scamper round Scampston Hall Walled Garden

Sunday found me in York, and in need of distraction having dropped my daughter at uni in Durham the day before.  So, as well as lunch with a girlfriend, I had a flying visit to Scampston Hall Walled garden, created by Piet Oudolf in 1999, somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for years. 431 more words

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Notes from a summer: Regent’s Park sunshine

A few Fridays ago, I had the most blissfully relaxing day I have had for some time. Possibly for three years, in fact.

The thing about living with small kids, I find, is that no matter how many wonderful, cute, endearing individual moments there are, day-to-day life can feel a lot like a repetitive slog. 500 more words

Daily Life

Attadale Gardens, Lochcarron, Scotland

I hesitate to recommend this garden – not because it wasn’t lovely or worth a visit but because I very much doubt many of you will be passing within 100 miles of it soon ! 463 more words

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13 Gardens in 14 Days...?

I’ve been at Hidcote for just over two weeks now. The time has whizzed by but somehow it seems like I’ve been here for ages: probably because of the number of things I’ve managed to cram in, and all the new people and places. 646 more words


Happiness is a Garden Visit

There are lots of things that make me happy and visiting gardens is one of them. I love to see how other gardeners deal with tricky situations in their own patch and how they combine plants and materials to create a unique atmosphere in their garden.  245 more words


Parham Garden, West Sussex - A Garden Entering September

I am lucky enough to live in a part of the country with a number of diverse and interesting gardens to visit from Sussex Prairies… 503 more words

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