87. From Roman box tree to English capability

You probably know box trees: Small and hard leaved trees that are often used to create shaped bushes or symmetric hedges in many green areas around the world. Romans were already quite fond of them, when they created the first instances of what we call 'gardens' today. Roger's guest is an expert on English gardens and together they look into what makes a garden specifically English. Englischer Garten If you want to get a real look at an English garden, there are examples outside of the British Isles, as the one in Munich that is described in this article. Ha-ha In case you still don't know what a Ha-ha is, have a look at this link to fill in the missing bits of information.

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