The English Garden

Here Comes the Sun

Summer’s bright days and long golden evenings are made for being out in the garden and now is the time to show off your gardening prowess, too. So what better than to hold an outdoor party, be it a lazy picnic with rugs, deckchairs and croquet set at the ready, or a much more formal affair – a long lunch or supper, with the table set for enjoyment as day slips into night. Take your time over food and flowers and assess garden furniture to make the most of this glorious season.

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