We were really taken with plantswoman Diana Ross’ stunning garden around the corner in Clapham when we visited on the NGS in September. We’ve stayed in touch since and I popped back last week to see the beautiful autumn colours. Filled with Miscanthus and Calamagrostis, Melianthus, Sambucus, a mature Clerodendron, an eye catching purple vine and a lot more. I’ll let the pictures do the talking in the below gallery (click to enlarge).
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