Ruthall Manor in Shropshire is one of those gardens so full of interesting ideas and wonderful plants that you never tire of revisiting again and again. As well as a superb selection of plants the garden boasts artefacts and sculptural pieces of work found throughout the borders while its gorgeous country setting gives that extra glimpse of extended landscapes and interest. Garden Owner Lynda Clarke, shares her garden with us here:

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Set on the edge of a historic village, Mathlin Cottage in Somerset is a cottage-style garden abundant with the colours of spring.

Behind the cottage seasonal crops grow in the vegetable plot, whilst established beds filled with spring bulbs bring a splash of colour before the views looking out to the Mendip Hills.

Garden Owners, Sally and Tony Harden moved to the garden with their young family over 34 years ago, and it has evolved from the inevitable sandpits and footballs to a sanctuary for local wildlife. Full of bees, butterflies and even the occasional family of hedgehogs, thoughtful planting has ensured the garden is a welcoming place for all creatures great and small.

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