A south-easterly facing garden designed to include a new bi-folding door exit from the lounge and a garden office. The garden benefits from attractive country views and so the angle of the design maximises these from the dinning terrace and garden office and yet shield the office from the house.
The garden needed to merge with the countryside beyond which is achieved through the height of plants close to the house and then down the garden. Areas of Wild flowers and long grass are included in the large circle at the end of the garden and around the tree near the house to attract wildlife into the garden and bring the surrounding countryside further into the garden.
An evening area has been created at the very bottom of the garden that catches the last of the summer sun, and is hidden from view when not in use.
The planting was selected to be low maintenance with the shape of the lawn being maintained by a regular gardener after completion.