Pro Landscaper Magazine “The Perennial Meadow” Feature

Published by David Keegan 1 year ago

This month’s Pro Landscaper Magazine includes this feature on my landscape designs for a perennial meadow project in Marple Bridge in Cheshire. I must confess I have always been drawn to the idea that areas of a garden, or landscape, should offer an opportunity to sit enveloped within a sea of colour, scent, texture of foliage and flower. If I was to look to where the inspiration, or indeed notion, of this desire originates it would have to be childhood summers spent running through the wildflower meadows on my grandparent’s farm. I remember as a child dropping to the ground and looking up, all but invisible except to the blue skies overhead masked in the rich scents of wildflowers and grasses alive with the busy buzzing of insects. To read the full article click this link and go to page 63 Feature Garden











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