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