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This week a piece that will speak to many of us - We closed our Garden by Abbie Jury.

And last week’s was  Emma White reflecting on – ‘What IS natural?’

And before that we had Rousham reviewed by Tristan Gregory. That caused a bit of a row and I responded here.

Hellebores,  Veddw Copyright Anne Wareham

And for this week’s Old Gold, here is a review by Darryl Moore, to prove that Tristan is not the only uncomfortable reviewer on thinkingardens.

Anne Wareham, editor

(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

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“I am an infrequent American contributor to this site and am grateful to be a part of a community of designers, authors and devoted amateurs who are willing to think about the design of gardens as a design discipline rather than as an act of gardening.” Susan Cohan  President of APLD (Association of Professional Landscape Designers)

Charles Hawes Frosty Hedges at Veddw, Monmouthshire, South Wales Garden, Welsh gardens, Monmouthshire for thinkingardens

Frosted hedges at Veddw

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Charles Hawes Buxus sempervirens for thinkingardens, Veddw, Monmouthshire South Wales garden

Cardoons and heuchera at Veddw

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