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TIM PILGRIM IS NO fair weather gardener.“I like to select plants that decay well in autumn and winter, when they look all brown and beautiful, and move in the wind,” he says. Add that to his handiwork with willow hurdles and wigwams, and the result is a garden that’s as interesting in the colder months as it is during summer – albeit in very different ways.

It’s been seven years since Tim created the garden at The Estate Trentham in

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