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Small garden, or challenging space? No problem! The Beautiful Borders are always awash with take-home ideas to help you squeeze the most into your garden. Find out more about Sue Kent’s Border below.

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Designed by Sue Kent

Pink is Sue Kent’s favourite colour, scented flowers are her joy and painting flowers is her escape.

Sue’s border will encapsulate all three of these things, with bright pink flower colour fusing to white pink with many scented blooms. Her border will include an area for an artist to paint and glass art within the border.

Look out for beautiful roses, perennials and annuals, and textural grasses.

Sue Kent 22 m

In 2020, Sue Kent launched her gardening career by sending a viewer’s home video into BBC2 Gardeners’ World; it was such a hit that she is now a regular presenter on the show, winning a Garden Media Award for her efforts.  Born with an upper limb disability caused by the drug Thalidomide, Sue used her feet and hands to garden. From her own life experience and through her passion for gardening, Sue is keen to show how gardening can be possible with physical limitations and to encourage others to have a go whatever their ability may be. Sue is now RHS ambassador for disability inclusions.

Find out more about Sue Kent here.

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My Escape

Small garden, or challenging space? No problem! The Beautiful Borders are always awash with take-home ideas to help you squeeze the most into your garden. Find out more about Sue Kent’s Border below.

Border illustration

Designed by Sue Kent

Pink is Sue Kent’s favourite colour, scented flowers are her joy and painting flowers is her escape.

Sue’s border will encapsulate all three of these things, with bright pink flower colour fusing to white pink with many scented blooms. Her border will include an area for an artist to paint and glass art within the border.

Look out for beautiful roses, perennials and annuals, and textural grasses.

Sue Kent 22 m

In 2020, Sue Kent launched her gardening career by sending a viewer’s home video into BBC2 Gardeners’ World; it was such a hit that she is now a regular presenter on the show, winning a Garden Media Award for her efforts.  Born with an upper limb disability caused by the drug Thalidomide, Sue used her feet and hands to garden. From her own life experience and through her passion for gardening, Sue is keen to show how gardening can be possible with physical limitations and to encourage others to have a go whatever their ability may be. Sue is now RHS ambassador for disability inclusions.

Find out more about Sue Kent here.

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