In the garden
Each season brings a swathe of beautiful plants and natural colours to savour. LandScape explores lovingly-created gardens, delicate flower craft and takes an in-depth look at seasonal species. Click below to explore more.
The White Garden at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent was first designed six decades ago by writer and poet Vita Sackville-West. A profusion of radiant white flowers amid silver, grey and green foliage creates a picture of ethereal romance on a summer’s day. Scent fills the air above borders frothing over with blooms. It is a breathtakingly beautiful sight. This is a garden of simple elegance, expressed through complex planting. It makes the most of the freshness and purity of white.