The courtyard gardens; small spaces but were so inspiring for us to see how you can create beautiful lush gardens with not much room!
The Kitchen garden, how handy to be able to reach up and pluck your salad from the wall as you prepare lunch.
Like to see that sold in ikea!
Strawberries growing in colanders
The Entente Cordiale garden
A wonderful jardin francaise, eating croissants in front of geranium filled window boxes. All the colours were red,white and blue!
Each garden was more and more breathtaking as I elbowed my way through the crowds.
This one was so calming and elegant,just white and green plants,peonies,rambling roses,foxgloves,allium,silver birch trees, contrasting against the red bricks. Simple and perfect.
I do love a walled garden.
Even a blackbird stopped by to admire it!
A garden for a potter. Again wonderfully wild and naturalistc, alliums echoed the shape of the pots.
This was my favourite, 'the alchemist's garden'. The styling was fantastic, you could just picture a mystical alchemsist concocting potions and polstices amongst the plants and books. Even a beehive!
All the plants and herbs were those that would be used in alchemy. Fennel,digitalis,woad.
The urban gardens were a bit more light hearted. Who needs a moat if your front garden looks like this?
And this was the famous plasticine garden, I could hardly get near it for the crowds.
And the Biker garden. With a real life Ace of Spades!!