I first noticed the unusual oval shaped flower beds along the recently redeveloped Nine Elms Lane in Vauxhall this time last year soon after it had been planted. Little paths through the borders are an inspired touch, bringing people very close to plants. The selection of which were well considered and clearly the sign of good horticultural and garden design involvement. I’m pleased to say, a year later and they are obviously being expertly tended, looking fabulous with Hellebores, Euphorbia and Tulips all flowering. What a wonderful and low maintenance street display for a modern world.
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