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    24th May 2014GeneralStephanie Donaldson

    Cleve West’s Paradise garden had two distinct areas of planting, both equally wonderful, but I was particularly taken by the area at the front where the plants emerged from a dry bed in a way that was reminiscent of the plants that grew outside the cloistered oasis of the original paradise gardens. Its beauty was subtle and far less obvious than the lush loveliness of the rest of the garden, but the longer I stood and looked, the more entranced I became. airy plants on Cleve Wests garden at Chelsea

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