This edge of woodland garden is in a rural setting and full of wildlife. The garden layout encourages different journeys around the garden with various seating areas for different times of day. The vegetable garden has a traditional layout, with raised beds of rubble stone and practical bonded gravel pathways. The planting is designed to blend into the woodland beyond, with a simple colour scheme and a cohesive, soft understory beneath multi-stemmed Betula Jacquemontii in a designated wild garden area. The front garden has a simple patio for enjoying the last of the evening sun. It is surrounded by soft herbaceous planting amongst Hakonechloe grasses and is accessed through a Moon Arch. Hedges of Escallonia and Prunus Lusitanica will eventually create divisions within the garden to enhance the layout.
The garden was built by Lee Atkinson and his team at https://www.creatingeden.co.uk/