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Secluded Terrace

Part of a large town garden (once the kitchen garden of a Victorian Manor House) was transformed into a sunny, secluded sitting area surrounded by aromatic herbs, roses, shrubs and perennials.

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Country Classic

A series of formal paved terraces softened by informal planting surrounds the house, with vistas into the garden framed by interconnecting rose arches.

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Cottage Garden

Traditional cottage style planting is used to complement this 19th century brick and flint cottage and provides colour and scent from early spring to late autumn, with grasses and seedheads providing interest during winter months.

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Formal Entrance

A formal box parterre accentuates the entrance to a converted barn, whilst the inner courtyard is planted more informally.

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Contemporary Front Garden

Circular motifs are used to create interest and a sense of movement in the small front garden of a newly built house. Use of ornamental grasses and perennial plants give the garden a contemporary look.

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Modern Town Garden

A water wall forms the main focus of this town garden attached to a 1960s house. The sunken circular lawn is edged in stainless steel which can be illuminated at night to dramatic effect.

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