"It's a Sin
(1919 - 2001)
House Garden in the Cotswalds in Gloucestershire was the creation of well-known
Rosemary Verey. She and her husband purchased
the property in the early 1950's. The story goes that her
husband hired a professional garden designer but Rosemary soon
decided that she could do the job herself.
Prince Charles has said "Mrs Verey makes gardening seem the
easiest and most natural thing in the world".
The house and gardens were purchased in the past few years
and are now a hotel. The 4 acre garden which has been featured
on British television has colorful mixed borders, a knot
garden, an extensive kitchen garden,
Plants associated with the
Lavatera x clementii 'Barnsley'
Geranium sanguineum 'Barnsley'.