The English Garden

Q & A

Which have been the most satisfying projects you have worked on during your career?

You become immersed in each project and I’ve been lucky enough to work on only those things that I completely believed in. But having a smallholding – Franklin Farm, in Hampshire – with 4,000 trees on it and gradually tending that land

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