This ever-evolving Staffordshire garden has thrown up a few challenges for its owners, but they've conquered them all!
Full of potted hydrangea, planted grasses and decorated with tender shrubs and perennials, this garden has been a labour of love
This wonderful wild garden belongs to Jim and Mima Bolton from Acre End, North Luffenham, Rutland.
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An exotic Norfolk garden full of inspiration
Selwyn Taylor's garden at 68 Elm Grove Lane, Norwich, Norfolk started out as a family space but has been transformed into a visual delight of such greenery.
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A garden full of bee friendly lavender, thyme and foxgloves
Corinne and John Layton's nature esque Essex garden at One Brook Hall Cottages, Steeple Road, Latchingdon, Essex.
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With garden rooms, orchards and a nursery containing plants propagated from the garden, this open garden has something for everyone
A color themed garden on an isolated Cornish peninsular, Poppy Cottage, Ruan High Lanes, Truro.
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A mountain range backdrop and is full of colour and year long interest
Nestled in the heart of Wales, step into this former farmers field in Clwdfryn, Bodfari, Denbighshire
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A Sussex treasure inspired by the exotic gardens of the Mediterranean
1 Ashcombe Drive, Bexhill, Sussex is a south-facing shelter garden that allows for some surprising plants to be grown with little frost protection.
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