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A Dutch Flower Show to Know

Bingerden If gardening in England you go to the Chelsea Flower Show or one of the regional events organised by the Royal Horticultural Society. If you are french, Courson is the place to be and be seen, in Belgium that … Continue reading

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Naturalistic Planting?

First published in ThinkinGardens last month, my article about new trends in planting design succeeded in triggering a lively debate about the meaning, not only of the term naturalistic planting, but the motives for garden making in the twenty first … Continue reading

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Garden Photography

In the last ten years digital cameras have improved to the point where technical aspects of photography such as exposure, depth of field, focus and sharpness are no longer problems. What has not become any easier is composition and the … Continue reading

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Perennial Meadows – Designing a painting is fundamentally different from designing a planting scheme.

Paintings we frame and consider as art. Gardens are sometimes considered as art, but the elements we use to frame them form part of their design and maybe also part of their “art”. Here at Perennial Meadows we are concerned … Continue reading

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