The Story

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

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.

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.



Silk Crepe Scarf
Meadow Meadow Meadow

A collage of flowers, insects and animals found in the English meadow.

  • 90cm x 90cm Silk Crepe scarf
  • 100% silk
  • Wonderful peach skin touch
  • Dry clean only
  • Made in Britiain
  • Pin and hem stitched edge
  • For men and women
  • Free shipping until 11th May



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