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Bowden Carroll Design
I well remember the allotments I used to pass while taking the train from my home in Chiswick to work near Waterloo. They didn't look to be as beautifully organized as yours, but they were always a pleasure to look at as the train whizzed past. Such a great use of land.
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Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
Thank you Bowden Carroll Design ... When I have my allotment in west London which was a wilderness of couch grass when I first took in on I installed timber edged vegetable beds, pathways, and a huge perennial border, timber shed there too ! I would whereever I was whether a community space or not.
   
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Sagiper North America
The veronicastrum is so pretty! Love its pink colour!
   

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