Countryside garden with a classical and modern twist. This garden and its surrounds form a framed picture. It flows naturally and blends with the South Downs National Park behind.
The planting scheme here is dictated by the symmetrical design and the statue in the middle surrounded with the low box hedge. This garden has Mediterranean feel. My client loves pelargoniums and I decided to add climbing roses mingled with clematis, colourful flowers, shrubs and box balls for the structure. This garden is relaxing and glows in the summer evenings.
In this linear design, practicality and beauty are both very important factors. Grass paths have been included for practical reasons. Overall, it looks very elegant. The long flower border and companion plants between the vegetables attract bees and butterflies.
This garden is a hidden, quiet oasis with eclectic elements: lanterns, vintage water cans, driftwood, seashells and pebbles meandering between the terracotta pots. This quirky style integrates very well with the cottage style planting. The different texture and height of the plants create the illusion that this little garden looks much bigger.