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It appears Japanese gar- deners love their sheds just as much as their British coun- terparts, so the David Austin Osaka Garden Centre is, of course, selling traditional gar- den sheds. And Sheds Now is supplying the sheds for the garden centre.


Owner of Sheds Now, Ste- ve Clear said: “The interest in Japan for English gardens is growing, which is why David Austin is opening a garden


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