Trentham Gardens – Part one – Piet Oudolf’s Floral Labyrinth

I visit lots of gardens, and I learn something from each one. Then there are those which I love so much that I don’t want to leave. Piet Oudolf’s abundant drifts of perennials towered around me, the bright, bold colours as valuable as the tiny subdued seedheads. I felt immersed in colour, texture, scent and the busy hum of nature. This is my type of garden.

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