Andy Dean

Andy Dean

Bath, England / www.blueskylandscapes.co.uk
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A hugely popular plant for shade, which I have only just discovered. It’s my favourite shade discovery for foliage and flowers. It cuts well too.

A hugely popular plant for shade, which I have only just discovered. It’s my favourite shade discovery for foliage and flowers. It cuts well too.

A hugely popular plant for shade, which I have only just discovered. It’s my favourite shade discovery for foliage and flowers. It cuts well too.

A hugely popular plant for shade, which I have only just discovered. It’s my favourite shade discovery for foliage and flowers. It cuts well too.

The more traditional Libertia grandiflora providing evergreen colour and lovely white flowers in summer.

The more traditional Libertia grandiflora providing evergreen colour and lovely white flowers in summer.

The more traditional Libertia grandiflora providing evergreen colour and lovely white flowers in summer.

The more traditional Libertia grandiflora providing evergreen colour and lovely white flowers in summer.

A tree house structure that is elevated without requiring nearby trees to support its weight. The views from that giant window...

A tree house structure that is elevated without requiring nearby trees to support its weight. The views from that giant window...

Heather Edwards The Old Malthouse, Wiltshire, England finalist Garden Photographer of the Year

Heather Edwards The Old Malthouse, Wiltshire, England finalist Garden Photographer of the Year

Country Gardener. Occasional iVillage correspondent Yvonne Cunnington has entranced us with her lush country gardens and pragmatic gardening advice (she is also a garden consultant and published author) . Says Cunnington, “I prefer naturalistic, full, lush, beautiful plantings that are earth-friendly.”Check it Out: Country Gardener Blog

Country Gardener. Occasional iVillage correspondent Yvonne Cunnington has entranced us with her lush country gardens and pragmatic gardening advice (she is also a garden consultant and published author) . Says Cunnington, “I prefer naturalistic, full, lush, beautiful plantings that are earth-friendly.”Check it Out: Country Gardener Blog