"Bunny Guinness's garden is actually a bit like a walk-in William Morris wallpaper, because here, nature rules OK. It's curvaceous, it's crammed full, its voluptuous.
"It's about vegetative beauty - and also it's not all that highly coloured - but, just like a William Morris print, look closely at the content.
"Look at this fabulous artichoke. William Morris loved things to be pretty in the garden, but he loved it even more when they were beautiful and useful." Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.