Seeing the Garden by Anne Wareham

Seeing the Garden by Anne Wareham

It would be easier to make and maintain a good garden if we could see what we are doing. But we can’t. The problem is that we can go out and look at our gardens every day without ever managing to see them clearly. I think the difficulty is that evolution...
Veddw in late summer by Anne Wareham for the English Garden Magazine

Veddw in late summer by Anne Wareham for the English Garden Magazine

  The trick to keeping your borders going all the way through to the winter is shopping. Garden centres report that their peak period for plant purchases is spring, which is why we have a great many gardens that peak early in the year and very few good late gardens....
Being Criticised, by Anne Wareham

Being Criticised, by Anne Wareham

Speaker’s Corner Piece for Gardens Illustrated Last year we spent a bleak winter’s day removing and burning many yards of maturing holly hedge. It was a bleak day not so much because of the weather as because of the task. It had taken ten years to grow the hedge...
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