Postcard of Carpet Bedding, Wannock gardens


Garden Museum

Garden Museum
London, United Kingdom

This postcard shows intricate carpet bedding in Wannock Gardens. Carpet bedding is the planting of blooming plants close together into a clear design. The practice began in the Victoria era and was popular in the early 20th century. These public displays attracted people into town parks and were used to cultivate a sense of civic pride, showcasing written messages and emblems, as well as new ideas.


  • Title: Postcard of Carpet Bedding, Wannock gardens
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1925
  • Location Created: Unknown

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