In this episode Rachel visits some wonderful gardens in the south of England and takes a look at what makes their herbaceous flower borders great… as well as not so great!
This lovely herbaceous border is one of the first parts of the West Dean Gardens. It looks great mid to late summer.
Gardens featured are Waterperry in Oxfordshire and West Dean gardens in West Sussex
The striking vegetable garden was hidden behind some stunning herbaceous borders.
The hot colours looked great and the shape and form of all the plants, combined with the colours made for a great looking border.
Further up the garden was this lovely pergola walk made from stone columns and covered with climbing roses, Clematis, Wisteria, jasmine and much more.
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