So fine is the topiary at Cressy Hall in Gosberton — the home of Michael and Janey Hill — that you might think it dates back to the 18th century. Yet it hasall been created over the past 20 years by a former antique dealer with little interest in gardening, as Todd Longstaffe-Gowan explains. Photography by Andrew Sydenham for the Country Life Picture Library.
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In The Private Gardens of England, Tania Compton, writer, garden designer and former editor at British House and Garden, gives readers the inside scoop on 35 of the loveliest private gardens in Britain. Don’t look here for adorable cottage plots or postage-stamp urban backyards. The oases highlighted in this remarkable book (published in the U.K. a […]
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