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GARDENING – WI TH CAMI L LA BASSE T T-SMI TH


Garden is beautiful – here the moon gate perfectly frames the Malverns vista beyond. Moon gates are well worth investing in, we have one at home and they really are a stand out feature originating in Chinese gardens of old where they were much admired and desired.


I am lucky to work with a wealth of lovely horticultural greats and many of them were on site for this botanical finale – Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Jonathan Moseley to name a few. Horticulturally the stars of the stage were the Perry pears, synonymous with the orchard heritage of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire and right at home in Malvern where the National Perry Pear Collection was originally established in the 1990s. The event’s headline partner was in


fact Westons Cider Mill from Much Marcle and they know how to turn the Perry into the perfect tipple to bring a rosy glow to your cheeks! November is the perfect time to be planting bare root fruit trees, so I predict a Perry or two setting down new roots near you. I also love the pear ‘Humbug’ – striped and good looking in a fruit bowl!


Having spent weeks looking for some green boots on the High Street, I didn’t think that my perfect leather pair would show up here, but show up and fit perfectly they did. Not plant material, but they are green!


So as I head out, new boots firmly on feet, I hope the mighty Malverns have given you some inspiration for the months ahead.


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