The English Garden


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The English Garden5 min de lecture
Great Expectations
In recent months, few places have been as cherished as our gardens, which, no matter how large or small, whether rural or urban, have offered relief from the strains of these unprecedented times. The rush on garden centres and nurseries over the spri
The English Garden1 min de lectureArchitecture
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Let this pink-flowered hardy geranium cover any bare bits of soil in sun or shade. Refined purple flower spikes emerge from a basal rosette of leaves from midsummer. The cultivar ‘Pee Wee’ is a compact version of the oak-leaved hydrangea at 1m tall
The English Garden1 min de lecture
Semi-double, apricot blooms appear from June on this David Austin English rose. An unusual cosmos variety with fused petals but just as easy to grow from seed. This vibrant stalwart flowers from May through summer easily filling gaps with colour.