THE LODGE

restoration | cotswolds 

This garden required gradual restoration, working within an established framework of mature trees and shrubs to preserve its character and integrity.

 

The works included re-building the dry-stone retaining walls, terracing and the glasshouse at the centre of the garden (which now houses a wide variety of tender plants). A series of different areas were created: a woodland garden with a stream fringed with ferns, a vegetable garden, potting garden, a shrubbery, cloud topiary and herbaceous beds.

© Clive Nichols

© Clive Nichols

© Clive Nichols

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