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RHS Hampton Court Flower Show

Best of Both Worlds is a show garden inspired by the stories of couples who share a love of gardening - but have very different tastes. The key to a happy partnership? Create a garden for each of them. On one side, a traditional space with loose planting inspired by country gardens; on the other, more defined contemporary geometry. The traditional side has seating for breakfast and lunches; the contemporary…

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Pool Garden, Studham

This 2.5 acre garden is being developed in several stages. Phase one began with a swimming pool and pond refurbishment. Grassy terraced banks wrap around two sides of a telescopic pool enclosure. A natural stone terrace provides a lounging area with tall grasses providing privacy. A large slab of reclaimed York stone railway platform creates a bridge across the stream making leading to the pool terrace. A second seating area…

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Pool Garden, Hertfordshire

Set into a hillside this home has an elevated position with expansive views to a borrowed landscape. The garden is designed for entertaining and family fun with a swimming pool, lawn and borders. From the glass balustraded terrace a flight of cantilevered steps leads to the swimming pool. Surrounded by a large terrace with lighting for the evening, the pool is a hub of life in summer. Yew hedging provides…

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New Build Garden, Harpenden

This large town garden was designed for kerb appeal to a new buyer. Large reconstituted stone planters frame the entrance. Planting is formal yet soft. The resin bound driveway is an easy-to- maintain surface that is both modern and traditional in appearance. In the back garden the natural stone terrace is perfect for entertaining. The planted beds set within the terrace help to soften the space and divide it into…

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Moroccan Garden, Weybridge

Redesigning a few key areas in a garden can transform the entire space. In this case a new outdoor studio is positioned amongst mature trees. Decking and planted beds were added to anchor the building to the garden. The interior and exterior furnishings were designed to complement each other with a Moroccan twist. Furniture colours and decorations such as lamps were selected with a Moroccan influence due to client’s love…

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