The Purple Stripe IThis garden, called the 'Purple Stripe', was my favourite garden at Tatton 2003. Exhibited in the 'back-to-back' section by Macclesfield Borough Council, the garden was a celebration of the spirit and ambience of the borough's parks. The garden featured a stunning meadow strip and some innovative features like planting in a sunken area under a metal walkway. The hoverflies and bees appeared to like the garden as much as I did. Follow this link for the full feature article: Tatton Park.
Technical Information: Photographed with a Premier DC2302 Digital Camera.|
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