This dramatic garden of hebe, rosemary and privet mopheads surrounded by box hedging was created as a feature in what was formerly an empty area of lawn..
Bluebells dance beneath the tender young foliage of an over-arching beech, which conceals the children’s tree house.
Dramatic stainless-steel globes from Blomus.com and a wrought-iron arch add structure to the formal pond – an eye-catching feature in this garden.
The corner of the pond is adorned with flag irises and aquatic grass.
A circular bench, found in an antiques shop, sits under an olive tree, making for a lovely place to sit in and relax.
Viburnum opulus Sterile clambers over a fence backed with low yew hedging.
‘The Playroom Terrace’, with a variegated acer in the foreground and, in the background, a flame sculpture in a niche of clipped, staked bamboo.
Bay obelisks stand guard by the olive tree near the south facade of the house, creating a formal air.
Chairs from Raymentwire, exude Victorian style.
Rosa banksiae Lutea and Clematis Perle dAzur ramble over the billiards house, providing a country-style feel.
The South Terrace features garden furniture from Outer Eden.
Clipped box enhances a path leading to the next garden.
The owners placed this charming statue of two boys to look as though one boy is helping the other to climb the tree.
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