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   Eastgrove Cottage Garden Nursery is a beautiful English Country
   Garden located in Worcestershire, United Kingdom, and specialising in
   hardy plants. Their site boasts a wonderful collection of full-color
   photoraphs from the grounds that simply exemplify the cottage design
   style. But even more importantly, they sell these same plants from
   their trial gardens for you to grow at home! With over 1000 plant
   varieties to choose from you're bound to find something of interest,
   although you might want to check out their specialties first
   (Dianthus, Aquilegia, Iris, Viola, Chrysanthemum, and Helenium).


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   Jones Environmental writes, "Our forward-thinking UK consultancy has
   proven solutions to gardening in the 21st century!" They specialize
   in "urban greening" (the design of community gardens and parks in
   heavily populated areas) and landscape regeneration, although they
   also practice regular landscape design and provide horticultural
   training. There are some interesting design ideas on their Web page,
   particularly with respect to traditional means of growing fruit in
   confined or awkward spaces.


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