A garden of interlinking areas designed to fulfill different functions whilst achieving a sense of unity
This garden in a village near Winchester has been developed in stages. The front garden was designed to set off the house and produce an entrance which was eye catching yet understated. The area needed to look good all year round, hide an oil tank, and also reflect the changing seasons. A Cutting Garden was then designed to produce flowers and foliage for use in the house for as much of the year as possible. This new project needed to compliment and relate to other areas of the existing garden to achieve a cohesive whole.
Further developments are underway.