Key plants in the Bond Landscape Design Match Point garden

Varieties of alliums, ferns and grasses provide a colour palette that reflects the purples and deep shades of green that have come to be associated with the Wimbledon tennis championships.


Alliums are the main feature plant within the garden. We have included a few select varieties. These have been chosen for their bold purple colouring and spherical shape, in keeping with the tennis theme.

Digitalis purpurea

The Digitalis purpurea (Digitalis purpurea ‘Alba’ and Digitalis purpurea ‘Dalmatan White’) provide subtle white flowers within and around the clubhouse. They delicately stand proud against the internal white walls and finishing touches.


Ferns (Athyrium niponicum car. Pictum, Blechnum spicant, Osmunda regalis) provide an ever-changing canvas of green shades which visually connect the planting inside and outside the clubhouse.

Nymphaea ‘Gonnere’

Nymphaea ‘Gonnere’ with their beautiful white flowers will thrive within the water feature and encourage biodiversity.

Trachelospermum jasminoides

Trachelospermum jasminoides with their wonderful white flowers are grow up the structure of the clubhouse roof.

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