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.