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The once magnificent gardens were part of the Tremayne family seat for years, but come the huge team of gardeners was lost to the havoc of World War I. The grand home became cheap flats while magnificent flower beds, trees and herbaceous borders were abandoned to nature.
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Now you can enjoy plants from Italy and India in the Pleasure Gardens, and marvel at ancient Wollombi Pines from Australia recently planted in the Jungle. Remember to keep quiet when you follow the woodland pathways or you might wake the Mud Maid and the Grey Lady, the sleeping giants of the estate. Closed Christmas Day.
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Once through the gates of Jardin Marjorelle, the clamour, dust and chaos of Marrakech are forgotten. Cool soothing grey greens and a brilliant blue cocoon the garden that wraps around Villa Oasis with an air of quiet, reflective calm. He was seduced by the fabulous Matisse-like colours he saw and spent forty years turning his passion into a reality.
Pebble garden beds of cacti and succulents reflect the heat of the desert, water flows in elegant fountains and passing breezes catch in lazy palm fronds and whisper through bamboo stands. Open to the public every day of the year, including Islamic religious holidays. The Ajuda Botanical Gardens were founded in with the aim of collecting and studying as many species of plants as possible. They were designed by Italian botanist Domingos Vandelli and hold up to 5, different species of plants, as per his original layout.
Built on the Renaissance model of layers, the botanical collection takes up the top tiers. It contains fantastic prehistoric cycads and an enormous dracaena draco , held up with wooden props, takes up one large corner. Elsewhere peacocks meander through the grounds barking a warning. Temperate House, so named because it houses plants from temperate zones such as Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas, looks like a wedding cake made of steel and glass. Recently restored, it was designed by Decimus Burton and first opened to the public in Many of the plants inside are rare species under threat of extinction in the wild.
Half its size but equally glorious is Palm House. When it was under construction in , it was the largest glasshouse ever to be built. Inside, tropical plants such as African palms, rubber trees, pepper plants and sugar cane brought to England by Victorian adventurers, fill the space. Gardens open daily. The land was bought by Mr.
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Pisit and Mrs. Nongnooch Tansacha in They intended it for a fruit plantation but after visiting famous gardens abroad, Mrs. Nongnooch decided to create a tropical paradise of her own. Her inspirations are obvious. French and Italian design gardens, the Stonehenge circle carved out in greenery, alongside Thai temples, a specialized garden featuring Bromeliads, as well as species of orchid. The acre garden boasts a Thai culture show, accommodation and a somewhat bizarre display of animals and dinosaurs sculptures dotted throughout.
Amazing Gardens Around the World
Traditionally gardens contain trees, flowers or even fruit and vegetables but the Rock Garden of Chandigarh in India is made from trash and stones. In , public servant Nek Chand started to collect industrial and domestic waste. The public were so delighted by the discovery that the garden was saved from demolition. Nek Chand died in , aged And a few more notes.
I read the whole thing again, flipping back and forth between poems, pen in hand.
Now I have eleven pages of notes. With eleven pages of notes, perhaps I have something to add to the conversation after all.
Amytis is not leaving her garden, the garden is leaving her. The book travels back and forth between fields and seashores, between childhood memories and adult responsibilities, between myth and reality. I wondered if their love had ever been alive, or if their crazy, violent bouts had killed it off—until the illness came. To weep. Your gauze-like scent clings to the walls, despair and giddy memories return.
They both dissolve like sand hills in the rain.
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These poems are mesmerizing. Rhyme and meter are a tidy bonus, but not the primary allure. Whenever I try to name their forms, I succumb to the lure of imagery. When I try to pin down meter, I lose myself in metaphors.
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