You can see everything the gardener’s heart desires, a trip over the British Isles will thrill the hearts of gardeners on the Islands. The Internet portal reisen.de reports, why the British have so much pleasure to the gardeners and what we can learn from them. Whether Prince Charles, who was recently named to the head gardener or the merchant next door gardening extends through all layers of the population. The English Queen Queen Mary is not only the namesake of large cruise ships, but founded in the 17th century the English garden culture. Since then parks and gardens have been built a variety of modelled on her. Not only visitors in Cornwall can expect spacious parks and private gardens that can be visited.
Also cities such as Brighton and London are lushly planted. Opinion by Giles Coode-Adams, the President of the Royal Horticultural Society, the Englishman to the gardeners were born. As host of the Chelsea flower show is since 1913 every year in may by the Queen awarded the best gardener. This year, Prince Charles was with the Victoria Medal of honour”award, pursuing his passion for garden in Highgrove. On this occasion, a Bush rose was named after the name of his farm. The English gardener passion finds followers and imitators across the globe for centuries. Even today, the global fanbase is huge. As the magazine reported reisen.de, some travel providers have included English gardens in its programme.
“” A first impression of the madness”of the English broadcasts offer the BBC such as gardeners’ world” in the television or Gardeners’ question time ‘ on the radio. More information: magazine/showArticle/article/796 gardening is a popular sport, which pervades all layers in England. Currently, Prince Charles to the head gardener was named. But the actual trends, you can track when a journey through the English gardens, show up in the vegetable beds and the Roses discounts behind the houses of ordinary people. Queen Mary founded the English garden culture “Ingrid Bergman” means the delicate rose variety. You blooms in Queen Mary’s Garden in London Regent’s Park. Already in the morning when dew drops wet them, passing jogger on her and the remaining 60,000 flowers, sitting on the Middle Bank newspaper readers. The enchanting park makes it clear: Queen Mary not lent their name only cruise ships, she was also the founder of the English garden culture in the 17th century. Who now travels to England, meets a number of large parks and accessible private gardens. Even in the big city, he sees attempts to green garden-like on emergency exit stairs. “We are born to the gardeners,” says Giles Coode-Adams, President of the Royal Horticultural Society.