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Garden therapy

By Jamie Cable

THERE is a garden I know that is so magical that I have often made a detour on a dog walk to see it. It has a public right of way running through it that allows everyone to engage with the plot, while it somehow conveys the intimate feel of a loved back garden.

Soon enough, I found myself chatting with its creator, Steve. I was surprised to learn that he had come to live there by accident, at a difficult stage in his life, with no intention of making a garden. A therapist had ...

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