Why a Small Garden Needs a Big Idea


U.K., by Alexandra Campbell at The Middle-Sized Garden

Give your garden the ‘wow’ factor with a big idea. Three small private gardens – each with a different idea to inspire you. #urbangarden#backyard #gardendesign

Philip Oostenbrink’s garden is open once a year for the NGS. See:https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden

For Paul Thompson-Mcarthur Garden Design, see:

For Tom Stogdon Sculpture:

Plants in Amanda’s garden: To the right of the bench: Mandevilla laxa, Schefflera macrophylla, Kalopanax septomlobus, Cautleya spicata, Crocosmia Lucifer, Impatiens omeiana,, Epimedium frohnleiten, Hydrangea bellevue, Marsdenia oreophillia, Clematis Vivien Penell, Geranium Patricia, libertia grandiflora.

To the left of the bench:Clematis Alpinea Pamella Jackman, Cautleya spicata, Crocosmia Lucifer, Impatiens omeiana, Magnolia officinalis biloba, aralia elata, Clematis Gypsy Queen, Geranium Patricia and Libertia grandiflora

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