Maryfield in September

It’s often hard to pinpoint the moment when the gardening bug bites or what influences come to bear, but one thing on which gardeners usually agree is that it is life-changing. ‘I recall in my early twenties thinking I’d never be interested in a garden and certainly didn’t want children, yet within a few years, I had both,’ says Roger Andrews. It cemented the start of two love affairs, one with his growing family and the other with gardening. ‘Suddenly I had this garden with soil and plants and, having no idea what to do with either, I read loads of books, gardened, made lots of mistakes and learned from them,’ he adds. ‘Every garden is different, and you have to take time to get to know yours and allow it to evolve.'

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