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This is an example of a small victorian gravel formal garden in London.

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Victorian Landscape, London

Topiary is a fantastic way of adding evergreen structure to a garden. You may think that you won't be able to or can't get the budget together for an amazing garden like this with no budget to speak of.But you can plant your own -( free-) box parterre- by taking box cuttings, either from a friend who is trimming their box plants, or by going into the forest and taking some cuttings.Box is a tree that grows in the wild in many forests.Box cuttings taken in late summer or early autumn will root quickly and be ready for planting out the following spring.
This is an example of a small victorian gravel formal garden in London. - Houzz

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