book on allotments, "Our Plot", , it is very personal, and very readable.
Topiary yews provided the garden's green structure
Calming rills created from recycled granite sets emerged from
the base of the each of the pillars at the gate
The bright red of the Ladybird poppy stood out among more muted colours
Best Show Garden 2012
The main structure was created using reclaimed granite setts, antique, copper-coloured metal gates hanging on stone pillars, and a 300-year-old stone well head used as a wall hanging.
An old stone well head used as a wall scuplture
Iris sibirica Tropic Night
Among his plants were varieties of Knapweed, such as Centaurea Pulchra Major, and the similarly thistle-like Cirsium rivulare.
There were drifts of white planting, with Epilobium angustifolium Album (Rosebay willowherb), equally delicate Meum athamanticum, Thalictrum aquilegifolium Album (Meadow rue), the lace-flowered, Orlaya grandiflora, and the daisy-like Erigeron karvinskianus (Mexican fleabane).
Euphorbia and Geranium
He also used plenty of Alliums (above) in purple and white, such as Allium atropurpureum, Allium nigrum, Allium stipitatum Mount Everest and Allium schubertii.