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‘Be careful’: Alan Titchmarsh shares top tips for mastering cloud pruning

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 “The moment you enter the gate you feel like as if you’ve left Britain behind and entered a tropical paradise,” he said, It’s so verdant”.

“But not just that, it’s not just the incredible bulk of foliage, it’s the fact that it’s layered, and you seem to sink down and disappear into it,” added Alan.

Alan highlighted that a garden that is “predominantly green” didn’t require much colour in order to make a “tremendous impact”.

Large rocks, or boulders, often feature in gardens across Thailand and Southeast Asia, explained Alan,  who described them as “wonderfully informal,” while providing a “natural stature”. 



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