English Country Garden

English country gardens tend to have a large lawn area which stops the garden looking like a field. Incorporating both the structure of Victorian garden and the planting of a more contemporary planted Cottage garden.

The structure of the Victorian garden is softened by bright colourful planting. English Country Gardens tend to have more pastoral colours, if such a garden was planted with vivid flowers then the garden might look too bright and over powering.

This style is one of the few styles that allows you to mix both circles and squares, using the circle as the centre point and the straight lines to direct the eye around the garden from feature to feature.

The features of a English Country Garden would be classed as secondary features compared to the imposing features of other styles like water features etc, a simple bench or planted pathway amongst lots of beautiful plants is more than enough.

English Country Garden case study

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Take a look at some English Country Gardens