The Beth Chatto Gardens - Woodland Garden. The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows, it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside. The gardens are an inspiration to anyone who visits them - the art of planting at its best.
Corner floral garden area Bricks dominate this garden designed by Adam Frost at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Grasses, shrubs and perennials fill the raised flowerbeds and give the garden a country feel. A bench with overhang, set into the flowerbed, provides the perfect spot to sit, and a water spout at the other end of the wall creates a calming atmosphere. Water Features Primrose London Furniture John Lewis Plants Crocus
"Beautiful, old-fashioned and wonderful as a pot, garden plant or cut flower. Polyanthus 'Gold Lace' lasts nearly two weeks once. It’s the texture of polyanthus, as well as the colours which make these such exceptional spring-flowering plants. You can grow them in pots – as a collection – in the middle of your table, or plant them in the garden..."