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What plants would you grow, given an empty patch, and the stipulation that you don't want to spend six months designing it first, and that everything you grow must be raised from seed? Using this premise, the author sets out his vision of a garden, and devises a starter kit.
James Fenton is a poet, critic and gardener. Until recently Professor of Poetry at Oxford University, he has created a beautiful garden from scratch at his country house outside the city. He writes on poetry, art history and gardening for the New York Review of Books.