The Danish garden of Claus Dalby

It was a great privilege to be invited to Denmark to visit the garden of celebrated gardener & publisher Claus Dalby. Situated in Risskov, the garden sits mainly to the front of the elegant 100 year old house where an explosion of colour at the end of the lime avenue beside the house invites you... Continue Reading →

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Morton Hall gardens, Worcestershire

  Morton Hall, near Inkberrow in Worcestershire is a private garden set on the edge of an embankment that gives spectacular views across the Vale of Evesham. The eight acres of gardens and grounds have been completely re-designed in the last 10 years by Charles Chesshire into a series of linked garden rooms that lead... Continue Reading →

Wonderful Kent!

What a glorious late August weekend we chose to visit the garden of England.  Kent is so often overlooked as merely a channel tunnel and ferry terminal, and yet this beautiful Eden is resplendent in the finest farmland, hop fields and orchards with quintessential villages abound.  Purposely ditching the SatNav, we relied on the good... Continue Reading →

West Dean Gardens, Sussex. Victorian glasshouses and a gorgeous walled garden

West Dean, near Chichester in West Sussex  is nestled in the lea of the South Downs and host to West Dean College, a world renowned place of study for conservation, making and visual arts. WALLED KITCHEN GARDEN The walled garden within the grounds is the former kitchen garden and home to  13 splendid  Victorian glasshouses which were completely... Continue Reading →

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