The English Garden

Sign of the Times

Fashions change – in gardens, as in clothes. But it’s never just about fashion. Neither is fashion. Look at safety pins and punk in the time of Mrs Thatcher; or the yards of fabric in a New Look skirt after the end of WWII. Gardens, like fashion, reflect the spirit of the age, and over the past 50

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