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RHS Tatton | Perennial Legacy Garden  

Gold & Best in Show

Created for the horticultural charity, Perennial, the garden was a celebration of the charity's origins.

Paul combined elements from classic English country house gardens, such as Arley Hall and Upton House, to create a garden which illustrated the rich herbaceous semi-formality of the great Edwardian garden.

Behind the luxurious pavilion with bespoke stone roof, a working area with a traditional bothy also demonstrated where the garden workers would have grown on fledgling plants, sown seeds and harvested fruit and vegetables.

Main View to Pavilion
Border Detail
Inside the Pavilion
The Potting Shed
The Back of The Pavilion
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