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At first glance, Yews Farm appears to be a quintessential English garden. Grass paths, framed by clipped box and espaliered apples, converge beneath an old pear tree. But the detail is created less conventionally by architectural planting rather than flower colour. ‘I look at leaf performance first,’ says Louise Dowding. ‘A good flower is just a bonus.’

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