The Times, May 2016

In the mood for romance? Fill your garden with beautiful blooms, seductive scent and a hint of mystery.

Sometimes you find yourself in a garden where you want to stay for ever, such is the all-embracing prettiness and the feeling of lushness; a place full of mouthwatering planting, with surprises round every corner. What constitutes a romantic garden will be different for each of us, but for me it’s that feeling of abundance, of a story slowly to be revealed. Whether your garden is large or small, city or country, rooftop or rolling fields, there are some key ideas to bear in mind if you’re aiming for that touch of romance.

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