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Cotswold Cloister

Making an inviting route to this lovely house both practical and beautiful was the brief from clients in the Cotswolds. Surrounded by stone buildings on three sides, paths were laid with gaps for creeping thyme and marjoram. The slightly awkward shape of the garden was manipulated by the shape of the borders so that the whole garden felt convincingly symmetrical, although the plan shows this is far from the case. The planting is billowing, soft and very English, with structure provided by clipped box and small standard trees.

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Design Plan Cotswold Cloister copy
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