Tuesday February 18, 2020

A walk on the wild side

Ali Rochford The New Perennial movement, where gardeners eschew formal planting to take their cues from the natural landscape, is a style growing in popularity

28th November, 2014

We are lucky in Ireland that our temperate climate allows us great scope in the garden. We can grow an amazing array of plants, which means we have a great choice of planting styles. One style that has become popular in recent years is that of perennials and grasses planted together in a naturalistic way. The style championed in Europe by Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf and in America by the late James van Sweden, creator...

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