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good sweep with a brush works wonders for a small garden, but neatness alone will not make it interesting, which is especially apparent when everything can be seen at a glance. Gardens come alive with leaf textures, tree shapes, considered materials and beautifully made structures; the kind of elements you would expect

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In Brief
What A new English flower garden with mixed border planting in a formal design, influenced by the writings of Christopher Lloyd, Vita Sackville-West and William Robinson. Where Hampshire. Size Ten acres. Soil Variable, mostly stony, acid loam with
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Kevin Hughes
Kevin Hughes can’t remember a time when he was not fascinated by the natural world. Born in Scotland, his family regularly moved house, including a spell in Malta, and as a child he became intrigued by the range of plants and animals in differing hab