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Take a look inside the July 2019 issue

Discover what is being featured in this month's Gardens Illustrated

The July issue of Gardens Illustrated picks out some examples of  high design. In North Yorkshire, Tom Stuart-Smith reconsiders the historic walled garden at Middleton Lodge with planting that combines naturalism with the British tradition of intensely decorative, colour-themed borders. In Devon, designer Duncan Nuttall and gardener Will Cumberlidge have designed a space in sync with its surroundings of its coastal location. Meanwhile, our regular plant profile looks this month at Veronicastrum – easy to cultivate and loved by bees and butterflies, and Hannah Gardner travel to the Isles of Scilly to find floral inspiration. Plus we’ve a feature on Shropshire’s Wildegoose Nursery growing a tempting choice of perennials.


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