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Bow garden open as part of Bank Holiday garden trail

PUBLISHED: 16:00 28 April 2010 | UPDATED: 15:56 05 October 2010

The Bow garden designed by Amanda Patton

The Bow garden designed by Amanda Patton

A SMALL garden in Bow is open as part of a great garden trail of ten spaces across London this Bank Holiday Monday (May 3). The garden with a wow factor at 29 Ellesmere Road was designed by Amanda Patton to work with a new kitchen extension at the house

A SMALL garden in Bow is open as part of a great garden trail of ten spaces across London this Bank Holiday Monday (May 3).

The garden with a wow factor at 29 Ellesmere Road was designed by Amanda Patton to work with a new kitchen extension at the house and will give gardeners some ideas to transform their own urban space.

The Royal Horticultural Society, book publishers Dorling Kindersley and the Society of Garden Designers have joined forces to invite people into inspirational gardens across the capital.

They will be open from 12pm to 5pm as part of the Great Garden Trail and admission is free.

Visitors who register via http://www.dorlingkindersley-uk.co.uk/static/html/features/gardentrail2010/gardentrail.html are entered for a prize draw.


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