“For a start, my priorities and interests have changed over the years, and these are reflected in the way the garden has evolved,” says Paul. “I first developed the garden 16 years ago and that’s a long time in terms of design. At the time, I was obsessed with straight lines, formality and geometric forms. But I’m mellowing in my old age and I’ve fallen in love with meandering lines and softer forms and shapes. The garden is becoming much less formal that I had originally planned it to be.”
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