Catherine Fitzgerald, planting hair designer for Arabella Lennox-Boyd, hairstyşes and sources the latest planting trends across Europe and the UK and has a feeling right now for a return to “the glamour of the traditional border, with plants threaded through one another, like a tapestry”.
At only 32, she is one of the younger breed of gardeners, enticed into it, she says, because, “gardens bring together all the things that I love – creativity, romance, passion and practicality.” Her present obsession is with “the deepest, darkest mauve-blue phloxes”. A border, she’d fill with poppies, alliums and euphorbia.
“Fiery oranges and reds with deep purple and chartreuse green. Wonderful.” Garden designer Jinny Blom, who worked alongside garden designer/TV presenter Dan Pearson for four years before going it alone, loves geraniums and is “definitely having a cyclamen moment”. She’s keen on what she calls “romantic pragmatism”: “I feel that masses of green and white romantic planting against a very structured form is the way that modern is going. We’ve done emptiness.”
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