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The garden at East Lambrook Manor is recognised throughout the world as the ‘Home of English Cottage Gardening’, having been created in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s by the late gardening icon, Margery Fish. Mrs Fish entered the world of gardening late in her life and as a novice she showed a quite brilliant talent for artlessly mixing the everyday plants with the rarer species, with an eye for colour, texture and form.

The garden at East Lambrook Manor is recognised throughout the world as the ‘Home of English Cottage Gardening’, having been created in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s by the late gardening icon, Margery Fish. Mrs Fish entered the world of gardening late in her life and as a novice she showed a quite brilliant talent for artlessly mixing the everyday plants with the rarer species, with an eye for colour, texture and form.

The French Tangerine: ~ pleaching

Ivy Clad recently did a beautiful post on pleaching. I had seen pleaching before but never knew it's name.

East Lambrook, Somerset, England by Rosarian49, via Flickr

East Lambrook Manor Gardens, South Petherton, Somerset, south west England - cottage garden developed in by Margery Fish

Jinny Blom's design of a Cotswold garden: roses, clematis, topiarised yew, alliums, violas and Verbena bonariensis.

Jinny Blom is famous for creating swoon-worthy gardens. But even though every single garden she designs is stunning, each is very, very different. She gives F&F readers a tour of two of the most breathtaking - Image copyright Andrew Lawson

The colors I love in a garden

Blue to purples, pinks deep and lighter, with touches of white, and the beauty of green. I love these colors in the garden.

The late Margery Fish’s garden in Somerset is a testament to cottage garden style

The late Margery Fish’s garden in Somerset is a testament to cottage garden style

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