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Case studies

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Edwardian estate

This beautiful Edwardian estate from 1910 is set in 7 acres including woodland, walled garden, formal garden, and original features such as stone seats, steps and walls and had suffered from long-term benign neglect. Our brief was to retain as much of the original features as possible and sensitively restore and conserve the garden, whilst creating an environment for a modern family.

Georgian Rectory

This long-term project began ten years ago with a consultation. A stunning Georgian rectory with older wings, extensive gardens, a walled garden, woodland, and a grotto as well as beautiful veteran trees, the garden had been poorly managed and maintained and needed careful consideration and restoration

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Large private house

This extensive house and estate were taken over by new owners who recognised the need to create new gardens and to encourage wildlife and a balanced ecology. Previously the large, grassed areas had been cut on a regular basis and a monoculture of conifers and laurel dominated the garden.

Large walled garden

This wonderful property comprises a range of old farm buildings and a beautiful barn conversion. We were given the brief to maintain the gardens as well as improve the planting in the longer term

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