My neighbour and I have very different ideas about what a beautiful garden should look like. His is immaculate. His plants, trees and shrubs are all carefully pruned and maintained and they each stand in their own circle, with the ground around them perfectly raked. Personally, I prefer a more natural garden, with everything all bunched cheerfully together and somewhere in between, a flash of beautiful purple campanula flowers. It’s so handy, as this pretty spreading plant creates great ground cover, meaning less space for weeds to grow, or for the neighbour’s cat to go digging. So yes, it’s in major contrast to my neighbour’s garden.