Representing a small part of the 105 acre Chatsworth Garden, the design can be viewed from all sides and it was inspired by Chatsworth’s ornamental Trout Stream and Paxton’s rockery. I loved the Primula pulverulenta and the Silene dioica (red campion). The latter, which is featured in the last image in this post, reminded me of growing up in Devon and seeing this dainty bloom in the hedgerows whilst out walking.
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With its naturalistic planting, the garden really did look as if it had always been in the triangular plot within the Chelsea showground!
(Images : Rona Wheeldon | Flowerona)