This week we visited the refurbished Fulham Palace walled garden, London – a site protected as an important historic landscape. As we walked through the gardens we spotted the wonderful entrance gates with a secretive peep at the Knot Garden, which has been replanted in its original 1830’s design. We were really inspired by the beautiful planting scheme; the grasses swaying in the soft breeze were framed perfectly by the formal hedging. The south facing aspect and warmth of the border walls provide the ideal position and have produced a very impressive display of Bishop Dahlia’s, stunning colour and background to the grasses. It’s definitely worth exploring this secret garden delight.