Cleve West’s garden for the Daily Telegraph: one of eight gold medal winners and also this year’s Best in Show. Dramatic sculpture, the most wonderful ochre-painted wall, cobbles, Sophora trees, artless, jewel-like planting…. oh, I love this garden!
So much so that I’ve got another postcard today too – here’s a closer look at that planting.
James Golden said:
These are beautiful plantings, but I'm left with the feeling it's more flowering arranging on a grand scale than garden making. I suppose one just has to accept that these are "show" gardens in temporary sense of the word, to be seen in a brief time, then vanish into thin air.
The Constant Gardener said:
Ah, well, isn't all planting in gardens flower arranging on a grand scale?(answers on a postcard please :D)