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See our Modern Meadow in April's Gardens Illustrated

our ‘modern meadow’ garden featured in this months Garden Illustrated Magazine

A huge thank you to @gardens-illustrated & @Richardbloom for his amazing photographs the long haul photo shoot from sunrise to sunset capturing magic. Thank you also to Matt Collins for his poetic words captivating the readers attention🌿💚🌱 with added tips on meadow success. 















We are working hard to encourage lots of our clients to reduce their mowing and grow a meadow.. Over 97% of wildflower meadows have been lost since the 1930s here in the UK. I have used my own garden to elevate the humble meadow. To inspire, to encourage, to give it a go! 

Meadows are now the rarest habitat. British wildflowers feed our pollinators.We need pollinators 💚🌿🌱























📷 @richardbloom

🖊 @museum_gardener


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