The planting of our labyrinth deliberately combines wild plants with cultivars, a familiar style of Lindengate’s planting. Nothing is too tidy allowing space for nature to thrive. In the garden you will discover Malus sylvestris trees. Crab apples traditionally are associated with love and marriage. The small Autumn fruits make delicious jelly. Apart from Lindengate enjoying the small apple fruits, birds seek out the Autumn delights, distributing the fruit seeds across the site, enabling further trees to grow. Also, in spring, the Crab apple blossom attracts bees and insects. This garden is deliberately planted once again with in mind. Below the circle of established Willow trees is a circle of Lavender angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ and plants within the beds including Buddlejah davidii, Digitalis purpurea, Verbena bonariensis, Leucanthemum vulgare, Anthriscus sylvestris, Lonicera periclymenum. An everygreen, Taxus baccata was recently planted to provide additional food and shelter for the birds.