Peter Piggot has commissioned and installed many cast bronze sculptures and water features in his garden, the work of two international sculptors, Lloyd Le Blanc and Judith Holmes Drewry.
Under the canopy it looks like this. The tree sends out these 'saplings' from the main trunk (right in the picture) which go out then up. The whole tree is covered in a thick canopy of green. I imagine in ancient times these trees would have provided man with shelter.
We began our tour on a hilltop, where the owner has built a stone chapel for his daughter's wedding:
Best Tough Climate Garden would have to be the beautiful Highfields Country Garden, at Little Hartley.
|Olives! We think we might try to grow one of these..|
There has to be a smallest, and it was last on the programme, a tiny garden in the town of Leura, about the size of six car parking spots.
|The owners' pet goats bleat Goodnight under last week's super moon.|