Colour Spectrum, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
The Colour Spectrum was introduced to the gardens at Kew in 2000 as part of that year’s celebration of colour in horticulture, and was maintained for another six seasons owing to its popularity. Nine beds radiated from a central point and were planted so as to give the impression of an artist’s colour wheel, with enticing combinations of herbaceous perennials, annuals and grasses. This was a lovely project to work on, nurturing a wide variety of plants through the season and maintaining a high level of aesthetic impact for visitors to the gardens.
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