Boxwood in high summer

Stooping to enter via a low doorway, the first breathtaking glimpse of Paul Morrow's garden is one of instant loveliness combined with the promise of what is yet to come. At the heart lies summer borders, a scintillating picture gallery of fabulously arranged plants. 'The effect is similar to that in a watercolour where the paint is still wet and the different colours gently merge one with another,' he explains. His is a deft touch, of delicately applied light and shade, colour and texture, with no overbearing blocks of flower colour nor jarring shades. Yet, despite meticulous planning, the personality of individual plants shines through. 'The overall effect is relaxed and natural, and encourages the unexpected to happen — it's those chance plant associations that inspire you to start afresh each season.'

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