Blooms ‘room by room’ Be in­spired by Siss­inghurst Cas­tle Gar­den’s rich his­tory

Be in­spired by an iconic English gar­den with a rich his­tory

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Cre­ated by fa­mous poet Vita Sackville-west and her diplo­mat hus­band Harold Ni­col­son in the 1930s, Siss­inghurst Cas­tle Gar­dens is a show­piece of their de­signs based on a se­ries of ‘rooms’, each of a dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter, colour or theme, with brick or hedged walls. A walk through gives a sur­prise at every turn. Be en­chanted by one of Eng­land’s most pop­u­lar gar­dens, as you go from room to room, and take ideas to turn your space into a ‘thing of beauty’ as well.

A look around this clas­sic coun­try-es­tate gar­den will have you to­tally in­spired. You’ll es­pe­cially adore the low-hedged ‘rooms’, burst­ing with blooms of all types You can cre­ate one room at your place or have as many as pos­si­ble and adore them...

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