Impeccable Style at Appledore

sea kale floweringTucked away in a Kentish village, this rather wonderful garden is crammed with sophisticated decorative details. There’s much to admire, from the seakale in full flower in the vegetable garden, to the cleverly contained reeds in the pond and the pleached hornbeams. It opens just once a year, along with other village gardens, so despite it being cold enough for coat, gloves and scarf it was worth every freezing moment.hornbeams neatly pleachedreeds contained into neat squares in pondhouse and gardens at appledorepathway cut through hedgethree neatly arranged pots

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  • June 17, 2013 at 12:05 am

    That really is a beautiful place. Shame it opens so rarely. Thanks for sharing.

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