The English Garden

Plantsman’s KINGDOM

You can bet that if a garden is photogenic, it is going to be somewhere you want to see for yourself. A walk around nurseryman John Massey’s garden at Flatridge Cottage in the West Midlands is always a memorable experience; one perhaps especially gratifying at this time of the year when our gardening spirits need a lift.

Having a garden for all seasons is often the aspiration, and sometimes the professed

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