Escape to the wild Wildflower gardens have been a big trend at Chelsea in the past, ever since the first one was created by Kew’s Brian Halliwell in the Seventies. This year, several gardens used the plants in a more subtle fashion, employing patches of the flowers to contrast against stylised areas. The best example was Jinny Bloms B Sentebale garden, where cow parsley and pink campion added a rural British note to the largely African-themed garden. Picture: Martin Pope
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