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The Topiary Garden

The grass is left long to permit wild flowers to seed. It's later cut and composted.
"The most generous garden imaginable"

July 11th 2012
Today we had sunshine, showers and a riot - a riot of colour! We journeyed, in a coach full of people "of a certain age" (like us), to Northiam, just off the road to Rye in the county of East Sussex - to the remarkable gardens of the late Christopher Lloyd. If, outside your back door, you enter a jungle, or you have far too many plants stuffed into too small a place, or if you have flowers w ... read more
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