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Summer, and our flowers are in full bloom at the garden, in every shape and shade imaginable. Old-fashioned roses, foxgloves, sweet-peas and poppies are all flowering profusely from June onwards, joined by campanula, marigolds, delphiniums and, as the summer reaches its peak, dahlias, scabious, cosmos and zinnias. Along the farm hedgerows we forage arching briars of wild dog rose and long twirling tendrils of Clematis vitalba on the vine to capture the essence of an abundant English garden during the long balmy days of midsummer.

 
 
 
 
 

Photograph by Rik Pennington

Photograph by Kristin Perers

An organic mantel installation for a wedding at Northbrook Park, Surrey in late May included wild dog rose and wisps of cow parsley

 
 
 
 

Photograph by Kristin Perers

Photograph by Rik Pennington

 
 
 
 
 

A ‘garden border’ installation at The Kitty Hawk in the City. Photograph by Maja Tsolo

 
 

Photograph by James Frost

 
 

Photograph by Kristin Perers