19 May 2011

Appreciating... Bedding

Part One
Amongst the Farrow and Ball-trimmed homes of Lyddington, in Rutland, one house stands alone. The windowsills and doors are immaculate in defiant yellow and the lawn, well that's beautifully presented too. But the beds along the concrete path are just heaving with expectation. They're bare and have been for months. By the time of the village open gardens on June 4 and 5 they are guaranteed to be singing, having waited sensibly for the last chance of frost. But with what? Watch this space.

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