The orange tones of the Canary Island foxglove, Digitalis canariensis, combined beautifully with the warm-toned, bronze fins that were a prominent feature of The Telegraph Garden. The fins are designed to represent an ancient mountain range, they are also reminiscent of the stegosaurus’s bony plates that highlight their bodies, just as these fins highlight the garden. I enjoyed seeing the pretty, white, star-shaped flowers of Jaborosa integrifolia, a native plant of South America, in The Telegraph Garden, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016.

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