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A border backed by a clipped yew hedge, Great Dixter

View through the herb garden from behind the Istrian Font towards the Summerhouse. Bonsai at the entrance, and table and chairs in front. Slide numbered 69

The Herb Garden in August 1966, before the Summer House was built, a wooden bench at the end of the path with beech hedge behind, yew hedges to the sides. Slide numbered 27

Very early view of Sybil at work in the second Herb Garden. Wooden bench where the Summerhouse now stands, very low beech and yew hedges and view over fields beyond. Kitchen garden with leeks on the right hand side. Slide numbered 24

Early photograph of the kitchen garden, with bean supports and cordyline encircled by box hedge, and backed by the yew hedge which borders the herb garden. This hedge was planted by Fred Spencer in 1959 following a visit he and Sybil made to Hidcote…
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