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Mervyn O’Gorman, a famous British engineer, was also one of the pioneers of colour photography. These images, taken in 1913, show one of his daughters Christina on a beach in Dorset and mingling with the plants in a beautiful garden.

All images via Colossal.

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As always, their latest show was ultra feminine and evocative of that great Italian era à la La Dolce Vita. Spring was on full show with the gorgeous floral prints, embellishments and flower crowns. A girl can dream.

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The photography of Sasha Kurmaz seems at first like a painting. I love the brilliant colour of the flowers she has chosen.

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Last week I had the pleasure of visiting Japan. My man and I went to Osaka and Kyoto and in amongst all the shopping and sightseeing we managed to squeeze in a few garden visits.

First cab of the rank is Utsubo Park in Osaka. This garden hosts a rose garden that was originally planted in 2006 for the first World Rose Convention in Asia. There are approximately 160 different species of roses on display. A little man-made creek runs through the area with kids splashing around while parents laze in the sun.

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