Saturday July 11, 2020

Blooming marvellous

This year’s Bloom Festival is, as ever, a feast for the senses, with dozens of classy gardens competing for everyone’s attention

2nd June, 2019
Large oak pergola, a nod to the oak barrels used in wine production in Alan Rudden’s gold-winning garden

This year’s Bloom Garden Festival brings another bumper crop of enticing, evocative and meaningful gardens to the fore. Classy designs for outdoor living, inspired by far-off climes and a love of travel, as well as gardens that have been devised to highlight social and environmental issues (mental health, lung cancer, dementia, to plastic pollution and pollinator decline are all part of this year’s mix.

The largest garden and winner of Best...

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