Often country gardens have a large proportion of sweeping lawns and flowerbeds. Focal points and colourful borders can make the most of these large spaces. This also allows shrubs and trees to grow uninhibited and achieve their natural shape and elegance.
Create areas of interest
To add interest and to create spaces for different uses dividing country gardens into ‘rooms’ is one way to break up a large area. These can be recreational or entertainment areas or to plant a colour scheme of flowers like ‘The White Garden’ at Sissinghurst Kent.
We have professional design teams who are highly qualified in the principles of design. They have the skills to landscape large gardens that reflect not only the architecture and style of the house but also the surrounding countryside. Our landscaping teams are master craftsmen and work closely with our design teams.