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Country House, Wroughton

Spring 2018

 

Guest Wing

Climbers, including Hydrangea petiolaris and Rosa 'Madame Alfred Carriere' were planted to cover the expanse of north-facing brick wall. Height was added with Verbena bonanriensis and Aconitum 'Ivorine' whilst Polystichum acueatum and Hosta 'Patriot' added variations in texture.

Flower Cutting Room

A tiny back garden was simply laid to lawn, overlooked on all sides and dominated by the brick walls of neighbouring properties.  It wasn't a space that could be enjoyed and there was no reason to venture out to it.

Boot Room

Planting was key to the scheme - high level screening was needed to obscure neighbouring buildings, evergreen shrubs to lend structure and a mixture of planting textures, heights and density to draw the eye away from the boundary. The lawn was reduced to a minimum to enable the borders to be as deep as possible.

 

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