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Couple's award-winning 'Four Seasons' garden

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A retired couple who have spent nearly four decades and thousands of pounds on their back garden have pictured it in stunning autumnal colours as the season turns. 

Marie and Tony Newton, both 71, have spent 37 years and more than £15,000 transforming their back garden in Walsall, West Midlands. 

Tucked away in the industrial heartlands, the garden has been nicknamed 'the four seasons' due on account of its year-round appeal. 

They claim to have planted more than 3,000 plants, trees and bushes, which include 450 azaleas, 120 Japanese maples and 15 juniper blue stars.    

The couple, who have four grown-up children and four grandchildren, spend two hours a day lovingly maintaining the plants and bushes and have been awarded several accolades including Britain's Best Garden. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7583475/Retired-couple-Marie-Tony-Newton-reveal-autumn-garden-Walsall.html

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Desertrat56

Very nice.

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Gwynbleidd

This is unbelievably, and I mean absolutely unbelievably........GORGEOUS.  :wub: 

This is one of the most beautiful, if not THE most beautiful garden I've ever seen in my entire life.  

The colours are so bright and varied, that I actually thought the owners were photoshopped into the photo, the picture looks so unrealistically beautiful. LOL :lol:

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Black Red Devil

What a waste.  They have enough space they could stick a block of flats in there.  :P

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susieice

That's just breathtaking! How it shows all the years of love and tending put into it! The colors are stunning!  

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Matt221

Makes my lawn with all the holes the dogs have dug look fairly crappy 

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skliss

Wow! Stunning! 

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