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They filled their gardens instead with swathes of wild flowers and the tangle of unmown meadows providing havens for wildlife and restoring natural beauty to the landscape.

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This print was inspired by a school of less formal gardeners such as William Robinson who despised neatly regimented rows of begonias and ‘snooker table’ lawns.

Mouse 1

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Until the early 20th century rigid Victorian planting schemes dominated the parks and gardens of England in a bid to conquer Nature.

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