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IN THIS ISSUE: Over the last two decades, The Prince of Wales has transformed the grounds of Highgrove into one of the most remarkable gardens of Britain.
The Garden at Highgrove is a surprise in that it is not grand, but intimate. It surrounds two sides of the house in a series of enclosures and then spreads out to views of fields, distant woods and dovecotes. READ MORE
This shade-loving beauty offers huge bouquets of clustered flowers, in various arrangements from mophead to lacecap, from summer through fall.
An unusual and seldom-encountered Chinese woodland perennial. This forms a low, slow spreading mound of felty dark-green leaves, bearing clusters of lavender-blue blossoms in early summer.
One reason black works so well in the garden is that it offers a wonderful background and contrast to many other garden colors. G