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Principle planting palette extracted from Henry Phiilips’ publications 1823 & 1824 John Willmott pavilion bills 1817-1829 Planting Plans from 1990’s restoration
Principle planting palette extracted from Henry Phiilips’ publications 1823 & 1824 John Willmott pavilion bills 1817-1829 Planting Plans from 1990’s restoration

Plants

The Garden is laid out according to John Nash’s original plan of the early 1820’s. The archives show detailed accounts for the construction of the Garden which began in 1816. They record the number and species of all the plants delivered by John Wilmott’s Lewisham nursery. The plants that can be seen today contain examples of nearly all the species mentioned in the nursery bills.

Principle planting palette extracted from Henry Phiilips’ publications 1823 & 1824 John Willmott pavilion bills 1817-1829 Planting Plans from 1990’s restoration
Principle planting palette extracted from Henry Phiilips’ publications 1823 & 1824 John Willmott pavilion bills 1817-1829 Planting Plans from 1990’s restoration
A deep red peony in the Pavilion Gardens

Flower Power from the Far East – Peony, the King of Flowers

A deep red peony in the Pavilion Gardens
Tiger lilies in the Royal Pavilion Garden

Tiger-lily burning bright in Royal Pavilion Wonderland

Tiger lilies in the Royal Pavilion Garden