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Campanula lactiflora at Veddw copyright Anne Wareham

This week:

A review by Tristan Gregory of a National Gardens Scheme garden, confronting the notion that they are above? or beyond? criticism.

Previous post:

Opening a discussion about the merits of community gardens -- which attracted interesting comments.

And for those sufficiently interested, Elizabeth Musgrave raised interesting questions for me about the ‘take home’ aspect of gardens – referred to by Tristan in his review above. It is (publicity alert) about Veddw.

(The review of ‘Are gardens art?’ has not arrived yet.)

Anne Wareham, editor

Mid-July-garden-2013-041Alstroemeria-and-berberis-Veddw.-copyright-Anne-Warehams

 

(One of Tim Richardson’s ‘most influential gardeners’,  Wow.)

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“I see my brief as a critic primarily as a purveyor of information, a sort of animated signpost, attempting to point out something that readers should judge for themselves. I hope my enthusiasm or censure will inspire others to look and think independently.” Andrew Lambirth in the Spectator

Rosa Felicia, Early June, Veddw, Copyright Anne Wareham 024

 

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