love the look of the garden in the last picture!
This hedge looked like it had been there for years.
Call me picky bit I don't like fly tipping.
I don't plant biscuits in the veg bed.
Looks like the kids had a bad art teacher.
Don't forget to pack your wellies.
The planting you liked, was in Jo Thomson's garden, which was absolutely beautiful.
She is a veteran designer, who has won many Chelsea medals.
Thanks punkdoc, hers is one of the gardens i am most looking forward to seeing!
The white shoes were probably not a good idea.
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No idea what happened to my previous post (above) but the question was asking if the garden in the 2nd photo was the result of the storm or if it was supposed to look like that?
No, its meant to look like that. I haven't looked up the meaning or artistic impression or whatever. My mum made a loud comment about it being a mess, as she is wont to do. No emperors new clothes in our house. Say it like it is. To me it looks like a skip full of builders waste, fly tipped, and partly grown over. A hazard for wildlife and an eyesore. The garden with the meadow bit and the pretty fence got a load of good comments from bystanders. The quarry garden looked like a yard to me. A few plants at the edge and that was it. Looking at the amount of people buying plants in flower, I think the organisers need to remember it is a flower show, not a landscaping show.