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  Ivy 14 Feb 2006  
Creating shapes and structures at Morville Hall

Some gardeners consider ivy something of a nuisance, not always welcome in the garden because it spreads so fast, but at Morville Hall, Katherine Swift has devoted a whole area of her garden to various ivy species and uses them to create shapes and imaginative structures in the garden.

Maggie Ayre joins Katherine to see how she's using the different hues of green ivy to divide the garden into sections. 

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